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Postby tracy on January 11th, 2010, 3:38 pm

thanks tom for the new year news letter glad your well .tom you were saying about how you loose your way when trying to get back to the bridge and you mentioned putting pins in the trees to find your way back how about if you dont mind me saying pinning a ribbon to each tree that will help you find your way back as a ribbon is bigger to locate hope this is a help to youand you can also tie a ribbon on the bridge so you know which is the one you to be on.hope your shoulder is ok now from the horse nip any way hope all this has been a help to you
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Re: toms new year news letter

Postby pattie anne on January 12th, 2010, 12:14 am

Dear Mister Baker of the Tom -

Well, sir, you've done it again! Wowed us with another exciting glimpse into the "no sense of direction" world of TOM BAKER. Thank you, ever so very, for the quips and tips. Too bad about the bite thing though. And if you would forgive me sir, you were not very plain as to just which food bit you on the shoulder. Was it the snarling, ever aggressive dutch-carrot (juice-ah-fie her!)? Or the lean treats (run 'em though the blender!) ? Still, very good show! And do, do a repeat again, very soon. And finally she wrote: now that you have read a book on SALT, may I suggest you add a little ZEST to your life, and read the companion book, PEPPER? Still, a very happy new year to you and yours. And ooddles of toodle back at you.

"And as for Tom Baker, well, I'll always be the Doctor,
won't I?" TOM BAKER
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Re: toms new year news letter

Postby Waleli on January 25th, 2010, 11:06 pm

I enjoyed Tom's New Year's news letter too. :)
Good stories, good pics. Lucky horse. :D

We had snow that lasted a month here, actually was glad to see it melt except then it rained and rained. :lol:
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