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  1. #31
    nighthawk
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    HI Ralph. Fulham just a few miles away. Very expensive place to live. I live in cheaper Norbury. Not to far from Crystal Palace football ground. I am a craft worker making children's wooden puzzles etc. We have done a craft show at Lakenheath. We drove on base and went the wrong way got escorted back to entrance with two guns aimed on us. All well in the end and every one laughter. Often away from home, sitting in a marquee, in the middle of a field with no WiFi hence no township. I am only just heading towards 60 days in a row. The first time it happened I was in a state worrying about my sheep I had not fed, I hate the way they shivver. I should point out I am dyslexic so don't always spell directly and miss read things. So my apologies.
    At the craft shows we have a friend who is a silk painter. She shares a great gt ....... grandad with Van Gogh on paternal side and Vermeer is great gt....... grandfather on maternal side.( thought you would be interested as you love art). Her work is brilliant.
    Well of to see if my Blake squares have docked yet. No response from developers I suppose they have there hands full.
    Nighthawk

  2. #32
    nighthawk
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    Sorry full of error predictive writing does not help. Hubby said I should say I studied building construction which is why I love ( perhaps a I should say loved ) this game. After college worked as a technical illustrator til the patter of tiny feet. Then the crafts started hubby brought me a scroll saw. Thirty years later, 4 grandchildren, still at it.
    Nighthawk

  3. #33
    MarieBiskwie
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    New to the forum

    Hello my name in the game is MarieBiskwie, first part is made of my first name and last part is a " biscuit" or actually a cookie on the Internet .

    I love this little game, making a community with all aspect one needs to make sure the inhabitants stay happy and healthy :-), houses to stay in, enough jobs in the shops and the other buildings, feed my inhabitants so they won't get ill, ofcourse the farming part is a big part of achieving a healthy community.

    Helping others with trains, giving and receiving gifts.

    Fun to play!

    Cheers

  4. #34
    Hi MarieBiskwie. Nice to meet you and welcome to the Forum.

  5. #35
    Too funny Ralph. Glad I am not an "Ex."

    Not at all interested in Valentine's Day. I think of it as mainly a way to sell candy and cards to elementary school children. I did buy the Gazebo and place it next to my Wedding Chapel - fit in there.

    I also broke down and bought the pricey Carrousel to put in my mini-Disneyland. Neither of the two decorations look too Valentine-y and we have nothing to build, so why not?!

  6. #36
    sandssmith
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    Hello, all!

    I must admit that I prefer to be cautious with identifying myself online. Even more now, where there seem to be 'bots' possibly lurking to find information.

    So, as much as I would like to be personal with my fellow 'real' people in the forum, I will limit my identity to 'sandssmith' here.

    I have been disabled out of work for some time with an illness that still is in search of a cause. However, the one upside has been more time to play Township. I do hope to get back to work, and if it happens, I may not be as frequent a visitor, but in the mean time, I do enjoy meeting the personalities here in the forum, and appreciate all the help (and I try to give back as I can.)

    As you can see in my profile, I live in New Hampshire, and we are getting clobbered with snow this year - it reminds me of my childhood. More on the way, too!

    I look forward to meeting more of you, and for more fun in Township. I do hope that any concerns that have been mentioned by Advanced Level players are balanced out by the time I become one, too!

    If you are playing Township via Mac OS X, please feel free to send a friend request! I try to be helpful as I can - typically helping about 3 or so friends a day in some way (mostly trains.)

    Slowly working my way to "Senior Member" status...
    Last edited by sandssmith; 02-06-2015 at 05:33 PM. Reason: grammar correction

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    Gold Member Graylady's Avatar
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    Hi Sandssmith

    We are almost neighbours Normally we get more snow then you up here but not this winter. Most storms stay south of the border. In 12 years, this winter is the first one with so little snow.

    I love your town's name

  8. #38
    sandssmith
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    Graylady,

    Thanks! When I first saw Township, I saw those waterfalls coming out of the cave, and I just imagined a bear could live (or hibernate) in there.

    Wouldn't it be neat if a bear showed up sometimes in the mountains? (or Mountain Goats, deer, or even Moose!)

  9. #39
    albertakar
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    Hi new to forum and lounge. My interest are geneolgy,cross stitch, not much of TV watcher . Gardening as only an amateur. Small town person. Avatar is coming when I can find a good pic of wild Alberta rose.

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    Welcome albertakar

    Hope you will enjoy your time with us

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