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Hi Pauline,


The eel we once had on a crab line in Devon, took the end of the line the metal frame and the weight off of the bottom. My bother in law was with us at the time still talks about seeing the eels head come out of the water and often talks about it.  


This one would have had your dad's arm. :naughty:




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They came about after the peat excavations of the Middle Ages left long canals that were eventually flooded, creating watery highways on which more than 300 wherries could ferry their cargo under sail.


And this man travels all over the world and can't get the bit right closest to home  :norty:

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