Hello from Lewisham

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wulf
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Hello from Lewisham

Post: # 1817Post wulf
Fri Apr 08, 2005 7:50 am

Greetings from Lewisham, SE London. I think I came across this site from the Real Gardeners forum and I've been lurking around for two or three weeks now, getting a feel for things.

Among my other passions, I love nurturing the life in my garden. I'm not even really that near selfsufficientish but I have got various vegetables and herbs growing, based on a generally organic approach.

Anyway, nice to meet you all.

Wulf

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Post: # 1819Post Andy Hamilton
Fri Apr 08, 2005 11:14 am

How goes it wulf, I used to have a friend in Lewisham so I know it, had my first and last ever Kebab from the Kebab shop on the high street. :lol:

I did not know we had been mentioned on the real gardeners site, good to hear. :andy:

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Post: # 1821Post Wombat
Fri Apr 08, 2005 1:34 pm

G'DAy Wulf,

Nice to meet you! I've seen you on a few times, I'm Glad you decided to say hello! :cheers:

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Post: # 1823Post wulf
Fri Apr 08, 2005 2:22 pm

Thanks for the welcome. I'm an old enough hand at the Internet that the rules of netiquette, like hang around a while and get the feel for the place before you starting making a big noise, are pretty well ingrained.

I hesitate to promise that I'll post regularly but, now I've followed another of those rules and introduced myself, I'll be more inclined to drop in if I've got something constructive to contribute.

Wulf

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