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Deers Leep - East Grinstead
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Just been told about this by a friend that drove past it. Never even heard about it! http://www.deersleappark.co.uk/

£2 to ride there for the day. Doesnt list length of trails other than "set in 240 acres" which doesnt mean much to me. Has a North Shore bit etc. I will check it out soon!

It seems to have a Duck Pond, Duck Wood and Duck Paddock (omg!), I like Ducks... quack

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"Breezer" Wrote:It seems to have a Duck Pond, Duck Wood and Duck Paddock (omg!), I like Ducks... quack

You're quackers Breezer!

Taxi for Pittgoat
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I love ducks. One day when I own a house I will have some and train them as Guard Ducks much like Mr Duck here

resim

He was one of this lot in the Bottanic Gardens, Dunedin, NZ

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"Breezer" Wrote:resim

Also has a Cock Rubbing Wood, or nearly... Wink
Keep it foolish...
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"alkali" Wrote:Also has a Cock Rubbing Wood, or nearly... Wink
:o or maybe its a cock robin' wood like it says Big Grin just make sure you keep an eye on your crown jewels  Wink

and whats up with the various pictures that look like they are saying that the bridge is not there (the ones crossed out)
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