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We said from day one, that this forum would be free, and so it is.
However we have received letters from several of you wanting to pay something towards the up keep of the forum.
If papa was working we would not dream of putting up a "Donate" button. However he is not.
We are spending a lot of hours keeping the forum up and running smoothly.
We do it because we want to keep the family together.
If you are one of the members that would like to donate, we have provided you with a way to do it.
To each and everyone of you who donate, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

MamaMoo and Papabull

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