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Old 14-04-2019, 10:40 AM
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Looks like a fun meet, Begog!

Today I went out to yearly meet up of a totally non-Doll related forum. Decent weather, and a 90 minute car journey each way. Decided, sod it - I wanted some company on the drive, and so Lynne came along with me! She didn't come in with me of course, but she waited patiently in the fairly secluded pub car park for a couple of hours. Two of the guys did spot her when we were comparing our cars on leaving - explaining that she is my photographic model and muse, they joked and said that I was lying and that I bring her along just so I can use the car share lanes!

The only remotely awkward bit was getting her into the car from my house. This time it was best to pull the car up to the front gate, and had her wait in my secluded front garden until the coast was clear. Right on cue, neighbour's family turn up next door, then the woman across the road pulls up and takes ages to unload her shopping from the car! Luckily I managed to sit Lynne in a well hidden spot behind a hedge until we got the right moment!

Sadly no photos of our adventure, as the plan was to find somewhere on the way home, but it was getting dark. Made things easier getting her in from the car however. All good fun!
I do appreciate the problems. Once when I was struggling out to the car with Bambi in her box a neighbour gave me a hand and asked if I had a body in the box!
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Old 22-06-2019, 08:42 PM
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I dont take mine out , but have just put some pin up's in the garage of the girls in prime position among'st the other pin's , we'll see what happens as the neighbor's often stop for a chat .......

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Old 22-06-2019, 09:46 PM
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I would personally never take a large doll out where I live, way too many people and likely to be judgemental, and there are people around here who I would very much hate knowing about this life. I have driven to Karrot's, Kat's and the meet with my girls on view, bagged up till I was away from my locale though and then unbagged for the remainder of the journey. It is so much easier with 1/3 scale dolls who quite happily sleep inside a box until we get to where I want to use for the shoot
One of my neighbours did see Karrot and I unloading one of his girls, all bagged up in a cloth bag. After he left for home that neighbour asked 'What's with the dead bodies?', to which I replied, 'Oh, I collect them' with absolutely no explanation Another elderly neighbour went from casual conversation to a hurried 'Hello' for a while after I'm sure he saw me unloading my girls one day
Hi Rev

I agree that there are to many judgemental people around. I suspect there will be even more after how Channel 5 acted this week.

The thirdies are much easier to transport. One in my car, I can leave Maisie Daisie in the passenger seat, even if I go away for a short while.

I carry Maisie Daisie around in a large holdall when out and about.



I was a bit cautious on Thursday at Hastings with her being seen by others, but a few didn't bat an eyelid.

The man in the Blue Reef aquarium didn't spot her in this photo when I asked for it.



I did tell him a little fib that Maisie Daisie was my nieces doll and I was taking her out for the day with me.

On the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch railway she did raise a few laughs by some that saw her. Two boys did a double take as we went by them when they saw her. On elderly man commented on how at least I didn't have to feed her. If only he knew.

One young woman filming the train as we went by will get a shock when she looks back at the film as well.

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