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    It is so educational/interesting/fun to see the posts from various countries - I don't always know what's being talked about, but I love it!

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    It is amazing to me how far reaching this board is.

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    I am two rolled into one. I am UK born, living in Ireland.

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    I love it!!! I have learned so much about so many things, it is awesome 8) 8) 8)

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    we get some awesome vacations through pics of their hometowns too! I love looking at them all!!!

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    I love the pictures fro all over the world! and the stories!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barbm
    we get some awesome vacations through pics of their hometowns too! I love looking at them all!!!
    You want pics of my home town? Well, there isn't much of it, and it's fairly spread out, but here is one of our cathedral, our one claim to fame.

    This is Achonry Cathedral ( my village). It's said to be the smallest cathedral in Western Europe
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    Wow, that is beautiful, you are lucky to live in such an historic town.

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    What are the little bubbles?

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    It's not big enought to call a town - no shops, no pub, no post office, no bus service but one small school. I'm not sure of the population but probably in the low hundreds. BUT I do agree with you, it is beautiful, though when I get to the point that I can't drive a car, then I will probably have to move.

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