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 Post subject: Issue 24 - August 2009 - UKDN Word
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Hi Everyone

Well this is the 24th Issue, two whole years, and another bumper issue it is too :g50:
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Wow Congratulations to all involved in the putting together of that brilliant newsletter :g38: :g38: , its not only a good read but I learnt a lot from the stories of all the contributers , its an education and also a hook to encourage us all to stay with this wonderful Hobby .

WELL DONE ONE AND ALL .

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Just read the latest edition,very enjoyable read and good to put faces to names on the forum.
Well done :g50:
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Cracking news letter that GREAT READ.



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That's never what Donnydave looks like!! He's nearly as old as me! Funny how you picture someone when you chat to them on line and it's nothing like them :)
Great write up Tom.



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Brill. :g38:


  
 
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Marvellous! well done again! :g50: :g50: :g50: :g50: :g38: :g38:



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A good read guys


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cracking read :g38: :g38:


  
 
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Well done guys, lots of work gone into this.

A great read.


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StuE wrote:
That's never what Donnydave looks like!! He's nearly as old as me! Funny how you picture someone when you chat to them on line and it's nothing like them :)
Great write up Tom.

Another great newsletter :g50: I love the detector write ups :g58: it just shows we are spoilt for choice detector wise these days, :g39: and StuE I did,nt always look like that, I was a skinny kid until past 40 years old :g62: look at my avatar at 28 years old :g41:



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Ah - the avatar - of course! That was probably what I was picturing you like without consciously thinking about it. Calories and gravity catches us all up in the end :)



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yes the news letter is great, now i can say that i've had my 15 minutes of fame :Biggestgrin: .i still look forward to getting back to the old country to do some more detecting, most of you are virtualy biting your diggers because you have to wait a couple of months for the crops to be removed, my last time over there was 2 years ago but as the wife is an invalid i can't see that happening so i look forward to the news letter, keep them coming please. mike. :g38:


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Thanks for the comments guys, nice to know it has had such an effect on so many for the last two years of publication. The UKDN Word is only as good as those who contribute and those that edit it, so that's down to you the membership and Corrine and PhilD who do the really hard work of making it presentable each month....as volunteers!

If you feel you have something you could share with us, a days detecting that you will always remember or a product or machine review then please do get in touch, in fact we'll accept most things you have to offer that is of interest to us all. So anything historical, archaeological or of course detecting related then we'd like to hear from you :g50:

In return you get your article forever electronically stored and of course your profile will show you as a contributor. For those who have a big story to tell, why not do an article that we can serialise each month? Just drop Corrine or PhilD a pm with your ideas! :g38:

Thanks again for all your kind comments, it's appreciated guys :g50: :g38:


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