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The Mad Collector

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Sounds like a good idea for a trip, drive to Salisbury, see the exhibition, head on over to Wincanton for scrumpy, food and overnight stay, be standing on the Emporiums doorstep when they open next morning, drive home a lot later minus cash but plus goodies :)
 
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The Mad Collector said:
Sounds like a good idea for a trip, drive to Salisbury, see the exhibition, head on over to Wincanton for scrumpy, food and overnight stay, be standing on the Emporiums doorstep when they open next morning, drive home a lot later minus cash but plus goodies :)
Tis a cunning plan Mad, I missed Uncle Tom's last visit much to my chagrin. :rolleyes:
 

RathDarkblade

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Ack! :eek: Alas. I am planning to visit England, but I will only be there for two weeks - late May to early June. So I may to miss this one. :(

Sigh. So much Terry stuff goes on in England, while we poor provincials get to read about it. It's very dispiriting. :cry:
 
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:dance: that looks worth a visit! Like your itenary Mad! :laugh:
 

RathDarkblade

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Nice photos there, Dug! :)

That's a nifty setup that Terry had, with the six monitors. Us lesser mortals, alas, have to make do with one (or two if we're lucky!) ;)

It's clear from the screens that Terry was researching to write Feet of Clay - the wikipedia article on "Ars Enixa" is a big clue. ;)
 
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RathDarkblade said:
Nice photos there, Dug! :)

That's a nifty setup that Terry had, with the six monitors. Us lesser mortals, alas, have to make do with one (or two if we're lucky!) ;)

It's clear from the screens that Terry was researching to write Feet of Clay - the wikipedia article on "Ars Enixa" is a big clue. ;)
Rath, the screens were not static they changed from time to time me sometimes showing emails from Bernard etc. and they were only taken by phone, I sure Mad & Penners will have a lot better ones to show when they visit soon.
One of the quotes to be seen was "why do you have six monitors?
Answer was because I don't have room for eight.
 
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That would be really interesting to check!
 

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