Life on the edge - the Diary of a C5

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Hell Razor5543
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Re: Life on the edge - the Diary of a C5

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I wonder what would happen if Otterchops saw this lot?

https://www.lowtechmagazine.com/2011/11 ... icles.html
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That is the first time I have ever heard about those James!! Good find!! :bd:
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We had some of those in Brum during the war, some buses had then on trailers too.
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Hello, Friends!

Please do not give the old fool ideas. He's tight enough as it is and may see this as a way of saving some money. Despite the fact that it will not suit my poweful Diesel engine.

We have another Greyhound! His name is Tommy and he is a gentle, shy boy. He loves my Daddy and Lily is not jealous. IPad tells me the 3 of them snuggle up at night.

Am I being turned into a van for greyhounds? Should I call CitroLine, the helpline for abused Citroens? Like Lily, Tommy has discovered that my rear door arm rests are perfect for resting a long elegant, pointy snoot on.
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Lily snoozing.
Lily snoozing.
Tommy snoozing.
Tommy snoozing.
Both Hounds at the Barley Mow.
Both Hounds at the Barley Mow.