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31 July 2006

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Rebecca

Hi David,
Here's an article on air-travel from The Telegraph that you and anyone else flying to a holiday will find interesting:
The Telegraph - Ignore the bishop: enjoy your holiday
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main.jhtml?xml=/opinion/2006/07/26/do2601.xml

Wishing a very happy holday in France to the Gadjet Vicar Family,
God's blessings,
Rebecca

Bishop David

I'd let the blog go - just to prove you can do without the daily fix. You might even earn some bonus points from Mrs Gadgetvicar. Although I do have a theory that one only loses points - never gains them

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