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 Post subject: Re: Which is your all-time classic forum thread?
Unread postPosted: Thu Apr 26, 2012 11:36 am 
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Scipio wrote:
Many moons ago, "Ralphies Watering hole" What fun we had.


Please be more specific for the rest of us who do not know that bos or Kruger water hole with S or H numbers for us to at least locate it on the map

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What bos? Where? What/Who is knippie?


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 Post subject: Re: Which is your all-time classic forum thread?
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I hope someone who is an expert will translate the title of that classic Knippie in die Bos thread (that is sadly no more) for those who do not understand Afrikaans

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Grantmissy wrote:
I hope someone who is an expert will translate the title of that classic Knippie in die Bos thread (that is sadly no more) for those who do not understand Afrikaans
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I hope someone who is an expert will translate the title of that classic Knippie in die Bos thread (that is sadly no more) for those who do not understand Afrikaans

Translation; little time in the bush. :tongue: :thumbs_up:


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 Post subject: Re: Which is your all-time classic forum thread?
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I hope you don't believe yourself with that translation Picnic..... :lol: :lol: :lol:


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I hope you don't believe yourself with that translation Picnic..... :lol: :lol: :lol :


:thumbs_up: :lol: I do. :whistle:


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Good for you. :thumbs_up: I was going to venture in the direction of "frolicking in the foliage" but I beated a hasty retreat.... :naughty: :lol: :lol: :whistle:


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Dan wrote:
Good for you. :thumbs_up: I was going to venture in the direction of "frolicking in the foliage" but I beated a hasty retreat.... :naughty: :lol: :lol: :whistle:

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Dan and Picnic your translations :) :D :lol: But still none of us "newer" forum members have a clue what that favorite thread was all about not even a sense of direction on the Kruger map and Kruger is big . Maybe it was about THE Place with the best sightings ever and you had to pinch yourself to believe that all the sightings are true

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Grantmissy wrote:
Dan and Picnic your translations :) :D :lol: But still none of us "newer" forum members have a clue what that favorite thread was all about not even a sense of direction on the Kruger map and Kruger is big . Maybe it was about THE Place with the best sightings ever and you had to pinch yourself to believe that all the sightings are true

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Oh Grandmissy, I’m absolutely sure that there was a lot of pinching, unbelieve and sightings in abundance :twisted: , I’m just not so sure if it’s the type you’ll find at a specific place on the map anymore… :hmz: I'm afraid somebody else will have to take over the task of giving more in-depth details... :|


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Must have been at those waterholes that are now closed............... :big_eyes:

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Just so by the way, thanks for chucking that ball in my court hey... :think: :naughty: And now we're already at dry waterholes.... :wall:


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A lot of what is said here must be taken with a pinch of salt.................... :tongue:

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Yes, this might just leave me with a salty flavour in the mouth and a bitter-sweetness in the haert.... :| :| :roll:


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