Lincoln 2008

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Here is a couple of pictures for you - everything was excellent
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And just a couple more
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Not my era, but love the helmet in pic 2!

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yers
There’s a country in Europe where they treat their ex soldiers with pride no waits for medical treatment after injuries received during service, no amensia from the government. Cant for the life of me recall where it is but I know exactly where it is not.

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Its good of them to put that castle in the backdrop, looks almost real.
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took us 6 hours to build the cardboard cut out version of Lincoln cathedral seen in the photos - and not a Tom Hanks or DeVinci Code fan to be seen at all
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:Its good of them to put that castle in the backdrop, looks almost real.


I once spent the better part of a week trying to convince (I'm not sure I succeeded) a guy in the US that me and the group had been to Stirling Castle where our pics were taken and no, the pics hadn't been photoshoped. :roll:
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:lol:
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Some more piccies from Lincoln

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We got quite a few but most are pants. Here are a couple.
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does anyone have any photo's of me, from the oxfords

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I see my blue arss has made it again!
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Jess, we haven't but will ensure to get some of you at Rufford :lol:

Never managed any of the guns in action - has anyone else got some photos?
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some good pics :wink:
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Ooh a couple more

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Alan, I don't know who the wonderful lady is with the water jug but please can you pass on our thanks to her for giving our lads water.
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