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Peachy is on the move but most of the stuff here is too big to take with me.  As the entire place is being bulldozed I can't bear to see the palms destroyed, so anyone with a spade is welcome to come and help themselves. There is a 2 week deadline however.

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akamu

Great to see you posting peachy I wish I lived closer I would give you a hand I hope somebody helps you out good luck

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