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    Default Good evening

    It's very nice to meet you all.

    I am on my holidays in the West of Ireland and I had an awful bother today, one of my knitting needles snapped, I was wondering if anyone could tell me, where does one buy good quality knitting needles in Galway?

    I am staying with friends, the Vicar and his wife, and she has kindly offered me her needles whilst I am here, but I shall be taking a train to Dublin in a few days and I would be lost without my knitting for the journey.

    Although the West of Ireland is breathtakingly beautiful, the people are quite wild, so I must confess I am looking forward to travelling to Dublin where I hope the people will be less rough.

    Miss Marple

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    Hello There!
    Though we are not now that strength which in old days moved earth and heaven; that which we are, we are; one equal temper of heroic hearts, made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceAlmighty View Post
    Hello There!
    Very pleased to meet you Mr Almighty. Is that a French name? I used to know a Mr Almate from Rennes, though sadly he died in the War, his plane went down over the Channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Marple View Post
    It's very nice to meet you all.

    I am on my holidays in the West of Ireland and I had an awful bother today, one of my knitting needles snapped, I was wondering if anyone could tell me, where does one buy good quality knitting needles in Galway?

    I am staying with friends, the Vicar and his wife, and she has kindly offered me her needles whilst I am here, but I shall be taking a train to Dublin in a few days and I would be lost without my knitting for the journey.

    Although the West of Ireland is breathtakingly beautiful, the people are quite wild, so I must confess I am looking forward to travelling to Dublin where I hope the people will be less rough.

    Miss Marple
    Aren't you a bit old for this escort lark miss marple
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    Quote Originally Posted by aml View Post
    Aren't you a bit old for this escort lark miss marple
    On the contrary young man, a lady of my years is grateful for someone to escort her, especially on arduous journeys, like that awful ferry to Dun Laoghaire.

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    welcome miss...nice to see a new/very old face..in every meaning of that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by benin View Post
    welcome miss...nice to see a new/very old face..in every meaning of that lol
    In my day cats were seen but not heard.

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    so whos other account is this then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Marple View Post
    In my day cats were seen but not heard.
    my bad alec pmsl

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rayden View Post
    so whos other account is this then?
    Ah id say Horan would be a safe bet
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