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  • Very inspired, to answer the questions and also turn them back onto your audience! I've answered them on my writing blog, here.
  • There is not enough room here to answer you questions.... too bad. It is like a debate with a politician..... one sided. Relatives say the homeland has had some rough weather (S. Wales, Tonrefail)

    Would like to answer you sometime.


    Dale (Trefor)
  • The Hobbit caused me to seek out adventure as has Trout from the Hills, by Ian Niall which describes the authors obsession with the trout of welsh mountain lakes and streams. When re-reading this book I can't help but yearn for bad weather and exertion.
  • Now i see where I get by weird sense of humor..from my Welsh ancestors!! Marilyn Martin Mort
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