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PostPosted: Sat Aug 12, 2017 12:59 am 
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Hello,

As I have no idea how to cut and paste on the forum, would one of the admin team be so kind as to paste my list of sites that I put on Jim Wright's post on the Chat Section to here, it will save me typing it all out again? Thank you in anticipation :)

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 5:21 pm 
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Well said Jim!

My favourite coastal site is perfect for those who cannot or have problems walking, and that's Grainthorpe Haven :D .

The only times I get out car is either to take photos/videos if its too awkward to do in car, have a natter or a pee.

Scotton Common Reserve is almost the same as above for me.

Saltfleet Haven I rarely get out car and if I do it's usually for a leak.

Chowder Ness no need to walk.

Keb Wood[/b] I never leave car.

My favorite inland site Black Bank and Carr Dyke again only need to keep within the few yards of car.

Bonby Carrs and Appleby Carrs no need to leave car.

Horkstow Bridge. These have mentioned have maybe changed since my visits.

Nebraska Wetlands only a short stroll to hide but I prefer to watch from my mobile hide.

Have you noticed a theme going on here?

If as is usual in the past, I doubt very much if the well known birders put owt on this thread, so prove to me am wrong, go on help the disabled and maybe we may find new places to visit one day.

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Max


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 13, 2017 11:34 pm 
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Don't want to be ungrateful for asking the admin team to paste the above which they did forthwith, and am sure my mate SW wont mind me asking if the admin team can change Steve's name to mine regarding the list as it was I that posted it, thank you :)

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PostPosted: Mon Sep 11, 2017 3:07 am 
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John T Goy wrote:
Don't want to be ungrateful for asking the admin team to paste the above which they did forthwith, and am sure my mate SW wont mind me asking if the admin team can change Steve's name to mine regarding the list as it was I that posted it, thank you :)

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Either the admin team do object to me asking or they are too busy to bother. I'll sort it another time myself.

Cheers

John :wink:

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 24, 2017 12:44 am 
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John T Goy wrote:
John T Goy wrote:
Don't want to be ungrateful for asking the admin team to paste the above which they did forthwith, and am sure my mate SW wont mind me asking if the admin team can change Steve's name to mine regarding the list as it was I that posted it, thank you :)

Regards

JTG


Either the admin team do object to me asking or they are too busy to bother. I'll sort it another time myself.

Cheers

John :wink:


If the new rules come in I won't be able to change it!

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PostPosted: Sun Sep 24, 2017 1:10 am 
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Please change is, in this day and age it can't that hard? Can it?

Please advise
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