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I'm lucky I've got alder trees but yew can bet I'd pine fir them if I didn't and beech like hell. Oak-k, I'll spruce my ideas up and leave now. In the meantime olive for the day the new marinategender comes out.

Exits left to take pills........... [giggles insanely]


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I'm lucky I've got alder trees but yew can bet I'd pine fir them if I didn't and beech like hell. Oak-k, I'll spruce my ideas up and leave now. In the meantime olive for the day the new marinategender comes out.

Exits left to take pills........... [giggles insanely]


Thats a gem John :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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I've just twigged what this thread's about. What a plank!

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I've just twigged what this thread's about. What a plank!


Well wooden you know it :oops: :oops:

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Haven't seen any comments about The Trees today ! Has someone set up a splinter group ?


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First two up today are the Oak-ey Cokey and Ash-es to Ash-es :oops: :roll:

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Ive just logged on to see if there are any more comments about The Trees


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Ive just logged on to see if there are any more comments about The Trees


My comment: They are essential...and changed my perspective of audience recordings. I bought the BB-sets first and wanted more. I'm so greedy... :oops:


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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade. I suppose you could redo them all if youve got the time. I have all the T & L sets except the last one and can't seem to get round to listening to them. They are currently in a massive box under my bed.


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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade.

I'm having nightmares tonight, please do not remind me of that!


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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade. I suppose you could redo them all if youve got the time. I have all the T & L sets except the last one and can't seem to get round to listening to them. They are currently in a massive box under my bed.



Ive uploaded quite a few to my PC..............needless to say those dont have to be played and hopefully will last a long time :arrow:

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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade. I suppose you could redo them all if youve got the time. I have all the T & L sets except the last one and can't seem to get round to listening to them. They are currently in a massive box under my bed.


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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade. I suppose you could redo them all if youve got the time. I have all the T & L sets except the last one and can't seem to get round to listening to them. They are currently in a massive box under my bed.


Nothing lasts...you have to accept it


It was a good gesture from EF to let it last as long as it did :arrow:

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On a different tangent regarding the trees. What will we all do when our copies start to degrade. I suppose you could redo them all if youve got the time. I have all the T & L sets except the last one and can't seem to get round to listening to them. They are currently in a massive box under my bed.


Nothing lasts...you have to accept it


It was a good gesture from EF to let it last as long as it did :arrow:


Yeah, but it's a great shame that it had to end in the way it did.

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