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armata
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Joined: 05 Apr 2006
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Posted: 22 Dec 2006
Merry Xmas and a great 2007 for all on the forum from Tony Phelps.

BTW Santa Claus here wears a string vest, thong, and flops here in SA
'I get my kicks on Route 62'
Alan Hyde
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Posted: 22 Dec 2006
Thanks Tony,
Same to you and everyone else, have a good one

O-> O+>
Suzi
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Joined: 06 Apr 2005
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Posted: 22 Dec 2006
Best wishes to everyone and hope 2007 is good to you.
Suz
Robert V
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Posted: 23 Dec 2006

Yep, me as well folks. Happy Christmas to one and all from a dark, foggy, cold and wet Epping Forest. Only three months to go!

Rob


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GemmaJF
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Joined: 25 Jan 2003
No. of posts: 2090


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Posted: 23 Dec 2006

Merry Christmas Tony and All, and a Herpy New Year.

I know, I'll get my coat...


Gemma Fairchild, Independent Ecological Consultant
Peter Vaughan
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Joined: 21 Mar 2005
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Posted: 23 Dec 2006

A vipery merry christmas and a happy newt year from me too... 

Peter


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tim hamlett
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Posted: 24 Dec 2006

dear all

i would also like to wish everybody a very happy christmas and new year.

as a new member, i also want to express my sincere thanks to everyone who has given help, advice and support to those requesting it over the past year. it can't be easy having new members asking the same questions over and over again, but i have to say that the patience, tolerance and diligence that i have witnessed over the first few months of my membership is a real credit to you all.

thanks again and keep up the great work for 2007

tim


Alex2
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Joined: 16 Dec 2006
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Posted: 25 Dec 2006

Yes, a Hoppy Christmas to you all!.

Cheers, Alex


Wolfgang Wuster
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Joined: 23 Apr 2003
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Posted: 25 Dec 2006
Happy Kraitmas and a Herpy New Year to all,

WW    
Wolfgang Wüster
School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor
http://sbsweb.bangor.ac.uk/~bss166/
Ray999
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Joined: 07 Mar 2006
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Posted: 25 Dec 2006

Hi all

I would like to reiterate what Tim was saying.It has been great that us novices are able to call upon those so much more educated and experienced than us and would like to say thankyou for all the help I have received this year,I have never before been so impatient for spring to come.

Happy herping.

Ray

 


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arvensis
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Joined: 15 Mar 2006
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Posted: 27 Dec 2006
A belated merry xmas from me.  One pressie I got was a 8 DVD box set of Jeff Corwin with snakes.   He is a bit OTT sometimes but the snakes are good.

Mark

Hampshire Amphibian and Reptile Group.
Alan Hyde
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Posted: 28 Dec 2006
Strange you know, I do this every year when truth be known i'm a big christmas humbug . Christmas just fills my very being with a feeling of claustrophobic entrapment and sadness. I just want to curl up in a ball in the corner or run out the door to hotter climes

With that all off my chest , Happy new year everyone!

Just being honest
O-> O+>
Alan Hyde
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Posted: 01 Jan 2007
Any new year resolutions?
I WILL give up smoking this year (Managed 8 weeks last Year) . I will stop on Jan 7th the same time as last year.
The cash I save will once again be put away so we can fly out of UK as soon as Xmas approaches Hehe.

I also resolve that I will never pick up another dumbell or barbell. After nearly 30 years of working out the head say's yes and the body screams "nnnnnnooooo! "
O-> O+>
Alan Hyde
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Posted: 01 Jan 2007
Oh yeah will also definitely get round to marketing all those photos i've been holding on disc after disc for years.
O-> O+>
reptilelover1
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Posted: 01 Jan 2007
hope every 1 has a brilliant 2007 with there reps cheers jordan
jordie g
arvensis
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Posted: 02 Jan 2007
I havent bothered with new years resolutions - they are there purely to be broken!!  I'll just see what 2007 throws at me.  

I wonder who from this group is going to see the first native reptile of year - any takers?

Mark

Hampshire Amphibian and Reptile Group.
armata
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Posted: 02 Jan 2007
Not me for sure
'I get my kicks on Route 62'
Alan Hyde
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Posted: 02 Jan 2007
Hehe, I could cheat here as I know a spot where slow worm hibernates every year
All I have to do is lift a few logs and there she'll be
O-> O+>
Wolfgang Wuster
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Posted: 02 Jan 2007
[QUOTE=armata] Not me for sure [/QUOTE]

He didn't say native to where, so you've won already!

Cheers,

Wolfgang
Wolfgang Wüster
School of Biological Sciences, University of Wales, Bangor
http://sbsweb.bangor.ac.uk/~bss166/
armata
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Posted: 02 Jan 2007
duh! didn't think of that.

do I get a prize

BTW todays catch

2 N.nivea 1 L.capensis. 1 B.arietans (DOR)
2 Trachylepis capensis. 1. Duberria lutrix

Oh, and these darn house geckos, all over the place, very distracting as i try to write!!!
'I get my kicks on Route 62'

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