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How Far Will You Travel This Christmas?

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AB Editor | 17:03 Mon 31st Oct 2011 | Christmas
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  • Only locally (5-20 miles) - 91 votes
  • 38%
  • We won't, they'll come to us! - 83 votes
  • 34%
  • Cross-Country (121 miles+) - 32 votes
  • 13%
  • Not too far (21-60 miles) - 19 votes
  • 8%
  • Quite a way! (61-120 miles) - 17 votes
  • 7%

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travelling new year I expect for a christmas re run with my family can I stand it my mothers dinners are so big the plates seem to cover two time zones and snow falls on the tops...
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One way jno. I'm saving the "how far would you drive to avoid your family?" for boxing day afternoon :)

Sorry Lottie! It's soon though, only 53 days! Aren't you even going to break out a bit of mulled wine?
wish it was a one way journey...
I started on the mulled wine last night just a small one... for Samhain
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"my mothers dinners are so big the plates seem to cover two time zones and snow falls on the tops"

Sound oddly familiar....
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Are you my long lost father Ed
staying at home christmas day-got guests :) but boxing day i think we have been summoned to the out laws grrrrrrrrrr
I am on my own with the two moronic moggies again. One of my cats is poorly and I can't face leaving him at such an exciting time of the year. They are excited because Santa Claws is coming.
No mulled wine Ed, but will be enjoying a nice joint of rib of beef with yorkshire pudding. And I have to admit to exchanging gifts and having a drink or two.

Have just enjoyed a brilliant weekend away with some lovely cousins and their spouses and is was far better than any Christmas!!!
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Trigger, do you split the day in two or do a christmas day/boxing day split?

How far do you have to go to meet the outlaws firewatch?

I wont, Im working all over Xmas.
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That's a shame Ratter, but then someone has to I suppose.
Ed, we have a great time with the old folk at Xmas, many of their relatives dont bother with them, they are too busy having a good time to worry about Mum or Dad locked away in a home, many of their families live with in walking distance or a short bus ride. It a lovely time at work. I will spend time at home with my good lady Carakeel and her Mum of course and have my Xmas Dinner with them. :)
And if the dogs are well behaved, they may get a whole chicken each for Xmas (Raw of course) they dont seem so keen on turkey.
A. Only locally all live in a cluster of small villages.

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