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Mistletoe and Charity ..

Posted by bretonlion - Created: 3 years ago
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Posted by bretonlion - 3 years ago

Hi,

Chris .. as in Christmas .. !

Still some Mistletoe left  .. as the leaves drop we are seeing that we have more Mistletoe than we thought we had ..

Wishing you all ... A Very Happy Christmas and A Merry New year ..

Rgds

Chris

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Posted by Albert.Bunfight - 3 years ago

Hi

 

OK thanks for that, Which do you prefer

 

Albert

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Posted by bretonlion - 3 years ago

Hello,

I baptised Alan Christopher ..  I have a lot of friends called Alan .. so to save confusion I was called Chris ..so sometimes even I get confused ..!!

Confused even more .. I am ..!!

Rgds

Chris

 

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Posted by Albert.Bunfight - 3 years ago

Hi Bretonlion,

I am confused??

As per previous correspondence I thought you were Chris!! , but in your original posting  you call yourself Alan ?

Have I been calling you by the wrong name ?

 

regards Albert

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Posted by bretonlion - 3 years ago

Hi,

We move ours very carefully ..  we try to take good berried mistletoe .. hopefully then we do loose to many berries and have some left on ..

Rgds

Chris

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Posted by normandytreesurgery - 3 years ago

Hi,

 I've shipped mistletoe over to the U.K for the last couple of years.

We get it for free from the orchards around Domfront. People are always very happy when you offer to cut it off for nothing.

I sell it to florists and a few others who are street vendors.

Racked out a mates large panel van and trailer and hang it up as it is fragile and doesn't travel well.

How do you transport yours?

Jason