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Tortoise 2 years 6 months ago #428090

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Joey the tortoise always comes with us. He is involved in the decision making process as to where we stay, and therefore a "tortoise friendly" destination is always a priority. His last outing was to the Forest of Dean, which he awarded a 5* rating. This was mainly due to the wood burner, which he liked, whilst reading the latest holiday issue of "The Tortoise Times". Full review on his Facebook page "Joey- the - Tortoise", for those of you thinking of visiting the area.
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Tortoise 2 years 6 months ago #428092

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Wood burner in a caravan??????????????
A tortoise that can READ???????????????

Best laugh for Saturday night for ages :lol: :lol:
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