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Author:  Jane [ 19 Jul 2017, 12:23 ]
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These lists are fascinating - where do you find the time?
I must say I thought Eustacia's mother was an academic rather than medical doctor. Medical doctors in END's world don't tend to be quite so unorthodox in their parenting skills. :)

Author:  Audrey25 [ 19 Jul 2017, 14:54 ]
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abbeybufo wrote:
tartan-belle wrote:
I don't drabble and I hardly ever visit Joey's Trunk and I won't be the only one so there could be less discussion and exchange of ideas.


Which is why I didn't just move it. Reference threads, which this looks as if it is turning out to be, are generally there - i.e. lists of everyone's birthday - but I agree that the heading/explanation of the forum isn't particularly welcoming for anyone who doesn't drabble. On the other hand, it is possible to move a thread, but keep a 'shadow' thread in the original place, so people could find it in both, and I'd be happy to do that, too.

*Ruth with Mod hat on*


I second tartan-belle here. I regularly visit the Special Sixth and Lemon Biscuits threads with very occasional visits to La Rochelle if I happen to notice there has been a new posting. I look at a very limited amount on Sally Denny and occasionally a couple of threads on Rose Garden but that is it. I have never gone near the vast majority of the rest and I doubt if I ever will.

Author:  abbeybufo [ 19 Jul 2017, 15:06 ]
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I'll sticky the thread for the moment, then, but if it becomes quiescent, I'll move it to the 'Reference' thread in Joey's Trunk, with a shadow here so it can still be found.

Author:  Elder in Ontario [ 19 Jul 2017, 15:50 ]
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Thanks, Ruth - would it be possible to sticky KB's post on the nationalities as well?

Author:  abbeybufo [ 19 Jul 2017, 16:09 ]
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Where is that? I can't sticky if it isn't in my own forum...

Author:  Elder in Ontario [ 19 Jul 2017, 17:03 ]
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It's called Chalet School Geography, and is the twelfth topic from the top of the forum.

Author:  abbeybufo [ 19 Jul 2017, 17:13 ]
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Thanks - off to do that as well - missed it on a quick look earlier

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