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Thread: Its cosy on cold nights to get home and put the fire on..

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    I'm Geoff.

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    Don't forget the roasted chestnuts and baked potatoes done in the hearth.

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    I'm Grant.

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    My gran had a big brass toasting fork. Think my mum had one too

    Used to roll spuds in mud and cook them in a campfire when young. They tasted great but that's probably coz we were kids
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