Good morning my good friend!!!
Ah Eleni thank you ~ firstly a very very good morning to you dear friend ~ and secondly thanks for being the first person to visit this lonely old ship. Today I'll be pretty busy on the last day of business here before Xmas and stock taking etc, but wil keep an eye out now and then :) Enjoy your day Eleni ~ some shopping perhaps? :)
Finally your last day!!! How nice you'll relax...for how many days ?
Shopping...of course! The shops are waiting for me!!! :)...as always..hi hi
Back to work on 5th Jan Eleni ~ now you be careful in those shops! They can gobble up your money or burn away plastic faster than snow melts in a volcano :))))
Don't worry my friend!! I've studied economy and accountancy...so...I'm the one who is going to gobble them up :) !!! Τοday the're open until 18:00 because of the Christmas holidays !!!
Hey Nick, just a quick question! Which one do you prefer: this or this cropped version? True British engineering btw. ;)
Well I think I prefer this one really dear Tomas as there is a little more leg room and a great deal more fire power!!!
However I answered your question underneath each of the two alternatives ~ with usual British indecision ~ Ciao nick
Strong arguments Nick, but from 0-60 it's much slower. ;)
Thanks for having a look at both shots. I'll remove the light right now and upload it somewhere to see if it makes a big difference.
Ok, I cleaned up the roof a bit (it'd probably collapse in real-life now ;)), here's the result.
The world ran rather than face this ship in anger on the high seas ~ so slow she might be ~ but in her time she ruled the waves Tomas
I love the cleaned up version btw as you now know ~~ ciao nick
Greetings from Brazil
PatrickMaboni, ~ Thank you for your visit again, compliment and like ~ friendly greetings to you ~ nick
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