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Nov 06, 2014

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Doug Elliot

I think it makes an intersting texture Tim. I had the same problem with my Charmouth PA but in the event it improved it.

Doug

Tim Wilmot

Thanks Doug. Yes I did think about this - with the rain perhaps making a special effect, but it was a sort of fine rain that sort of made it 'dirty' looking also.

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