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Gibbo MIA [missing in action.

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Hi Gibbo and Ozs

I decided rather than trash Maddies post any more, this one didn't matter ;)

thanks for the info re Christmas. I suppose it's what you are used to.

We have a few houses all done up in lights. There is one particular one which is known about for miles around. He dresses up and collects donations for the childrens hospital.

The seafood on the beach sounds the ticket. I love seafood, especially when its just been pulled out the sea. We are having King Prawn stir fry with veg in black bean sauce for Dinner. It's my turn to cook - Again.
I'm not that fussed about Turkey, it used to be a treat at christmas, but it's so readily available now all year.

dave
 

gibbo

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#19
Hi Dave,

Yep this is a good one to trash:biggrin:
As a kid we lived down south and would have the whole christmas thing going but now that we live up north i choose the cold meat and salad because of the heat.
Christmas lights on houses and the snow, it would look really pretty.
 

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