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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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This thread is awesome! Until now, I thought Flat Stanley (on the other thread) was a nickname for a former Free Spirit you were all reminiscing about. I guess, in a way, he was! :)
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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Draggon wrote: Fri Sep 09, 2022 11:10 pm This thread is awesome! Until now, I thought Flat Stanley (on the other thread) was a nickname for a former Free Spirit you were all reminiscing about. I guess, in a way, he was! :)
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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This is … a m a z i n g


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If Flat Stanley ever wants to tour southern Germany, I have a padded envelope he can sleep in.
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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If flat Stanley can be found and given a bed to travel in - he could go to the Australian Nationals (29th October) and visit the rowing club :)

Or perhaps son of Stanley could be born :)
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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OK let's give it another eight years 😬(last sighting) to see if he shows up or someone knows of his whereabouts (Kirbyt)🙂. Love the comment about the jiffy bag by the way.
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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Maybe someone needs to create Flat Stanley II and send him on his travels..?
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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As a new to the club person, this thread was always one I found super great - just a creative way for Free Spirits around the world to bond.


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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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Oh, I thought Flat Stanley had miracously reappeared... :fswink:
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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Flat Stanley has lived in my house here in WI since a while. He has gone missing a couple of times, but has resurfaced occasionally. He is doing well, no major health scares. Once I locate him again, I’ll post and send him off to new adventures.
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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=D> finally =D> :fsgrin: :fsbgrin:
OK who wants him next?
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I am happy to have FS again. I am no longer in New Zealand and home in my UK village. It would be great to post FS with a pic of my two grand daughters who featured in the last visit. I am afraid the sheep have gone via the Bbq grill before we left NZ. 🙄
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Re: The Flat Stanley thread

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That´s fantastic news :!: :D :D :D
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