OG.Naj

Spannabis 2020!! March 13-14 & 15

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Hello Hunters,

 

Who goes to the spannabis this year, it would be interesting to give appointment between hunters for a small sesh if we are many to go there...

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Great idea I would like to go and it would be great to meet up and have a smoke an get red

Unfortunately making the time to travel is not easy, plus I don't even have a passport :biggrin::victory:

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Hey @gasmeter, i dont think that you need a passport for spain ;-)

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Thanks for the heads up @OG.Naj food for thought :D

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I just had a look on UK  Gov web site and I would definitely need a passport to travel to Spain from what it say on the site it takes 6 weeks to get a new one.

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Great that you look on the UK website @gasmeter :-)

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