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    On a mission to save cruise ship decor

    This article is a bit too long to reproduce in full here but a gent in California has taken to saving various ship fittings

    To read the full article go to: On a mission to save cruise ship decor | HoumaToday.com

    It's very interesting & well worth a read.
    We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further.sigpic

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    Originally posted by Shelledpea, Stalybridge, nr Manchester View Post
    This article is a bit too long to reproduce in full here but a gent in California has taken to saving various ship fittings

    To read the full article go to: On a mission to save cruise ship decor | HoumaToday.com

    It's very interesting & well worth a read.

    Thanks Shelly,
    I actually recognised some of the early Danish furniture we bought when we were first married. :D
    It is now in style again.
    We have modernized with the bed a Queen instead of a double and the foam mattress now six inches instead of three inches :roll eyes: but still in Danish Teak and Rosewood.
    sigpicRob
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