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Long run fuelling options

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Nov 2013
12:56pm, 20 Nov 2013
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Mrs Winkle
Super - I like the idea of a pork pie and a rolled up pizza is appealing too. And malt loaf. Excellent.
Nov 2013
2:51pm, 20 Nov 2013
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I take money, then I'm not carrying anything, and I can decide when I find a shop if I want a sandwich or a packet of crisps or chocolate. I always drink milk, but I'm equally free to change my mind about that.

Of course, there are runs without shops. In a pub I'll have lime & tapwater, and crisps. That's not so good. And there are runs with neither pubs nor shops.
Aug 2015
11:41pm, 5 Aug 2015
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mr d
Long time no posts, tried jelly cubes didn't really work, tried honemade sweat potato brownies they were a bit better?

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