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Born in Hertfordshire , conceived and grew up in London [ boom baby era ] ! Proud of my roots but always yearned to live in the countryside . Eventually moved out to sunny Watford a stones throw from my birthplace and now live in Beautiful Norfolk . I am an Artist and Craftsman and very fortunate to work from home .
My hobbies and interests are Fishing , Metal Detecting , Bottle Digging , Natural History , History and being outdoors with my Whippets .
I am fascinated by the Victorians and the Medieval era .
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Allo Paul, me old throshing stick. Lovely to see you and hope you enjoy your time on here.
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Welcome in Paul
Hope those Tench started feeding for you yesterday :thumbsup:

Looking forward to some bottle digging reports when you get out there again, and some detecting finds too :)
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Hi Paul, it's good to see another familiar name. I hope you'll be sharing some of your excellent drawings?
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Paul, very glad you chose to join our shiny new forum. Welcome :D
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Hi Kenleyboy, I look forward to reading about / seeing your bottle-digging adventures :thumbsup:
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Hello KB.....I love your tales from the trenches. (Bottle digging trenches that is!) I love reading your reports. :thumbsup:
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Littleboot wrote: Sun Jul 19, 2020 8:28 am Hello KB.....I love your tales from the trenches. (Bottle digging trenches that is ! )

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