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It did not quite work out in the raspberry cage. The first year the chickens put there to keep the weeds down destroyed the raspberries.
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But the geese ate the trees.
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Over the years it enjoyed hosting anglers, walkers and adventurers but eventually became very run down. Fortunately Married looking Geeveston recent years it has been beautifully restored and now looks a picture sitting on the hill in Geeveston.
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