My annual "Frosty Widgeon" Christmas Greeting

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Re: My annual "Frosty Widgeon" Christmas Greeting

Postby AlexNortonesq » Wed Dec 25, 2013 2:28 pm

Merry Christmas from a White Christmas in Toronto. It is -15 this morning. That's 5 or so for the Fahrenheit people.
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Re: My annual "Frosty Widgeon" Christmas Greeting

Postby dogsbody » Wed Dec 25, 2013 10:59 pm

Merry Christmas, everyone.



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Re: My annual "Frosty Widgeon" Christmas Greeting

Postby sunderlandmr5 » Thu Dec 26, 2013 11:01 am

seawings wrote:Ok, ok..........

Peter and Alan, I got to ask: is it traditional turkey roast or BBQ 'down there'....! :)


Hi Bryan,

Depends really, this year we had luch at my inlaws so, BBQ.

When were have our own family Christmas lunch, its Ham (Ham on the bone is big here
in New Zealand) and Roast chicken etc

No matter what, it's yummy and filling :D

Regards

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