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simon faithfull

hi sally

really enjoyed reading about the wireless deer and strangley enough pamela has been looking for a recipe for pickled eggs. She is becoming weirdly english - infact, i don't even know any english people who regularly have a pint of bitter and a pickled egg...

be great to see you two soon

lots of love


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