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Initiate

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Date: Jun 23 11:13 AM, 2009
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Hello Midori and welcome - look forward to reading your posts.  Would love to meet everyone in person so a 'meeting up' is a marvelous idea - count me in.


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Date: Jun 22 4:00 PM, 2009
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Hello and welcome Midori, love the name! Membership is certainly increasing at the moment and so we may be able to think about arranging some kind of poldark meet up but we would need to find out what folk want and where?
In the meantime good to have another poldark enthusiast to join in our discussions.  

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Date: Jun 21 7:03 PM, 2009
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Hello Midori and a big welcome to the forum.  You will be in very good company here as we are all devoted Poldarkians and love nothing more than to talk every possible aspect of Poldark, from the wonderful books to the fabulous TV series.

Absolutely agree, it would be fantastic to think we could arrange some sort of Poldark enthusiasts get together at some stage in the not too distant future.  Just out of interest, were you a member of the original Poldark Appreciation Society?  Where do you do most of your riding?

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Date: Jun 21 5:59 PM, 2009
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Hello Midori.

Good to hear from another avid Poldark fan.
As you can see from my name, my favourite is George Warleggan smile
I was interested to read that you ride side-saddle....that must be very difficult.
Happy posting.



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Date: Jun 21 3:29 PM, 2009
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Hello All,

I'm Midori, I have been a reader of the books since the late '60's when my mother bought the first four, (in Bude). I have since collected the entire series, and read them near to destruction. The television series was pure heaven for me, the characters were just as I had imagined them. I am indulging myself by wallowing in the current reruns on Yesterday.

I am currently in the process of moving from Hampshire to Sussex, near Brighton, another Regency area. I hope the forum attracts many more member, and that some form of meetups could be arranged (maybe Reform the Appreciation Society?)

I have been an avid horsewoman for many years, (riding sidesaddle), so I am particularly interested in the riding clothes used in the series, although these are a far cry from the riding habit used today.

Cheers, Midori

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