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The good life

It’s funny how things work out. We’ve all been unceremoniously thrust into an environment where suddenly food shopping and visiting a supermarket seem a complete luxury. We wait with great anticipation to see if the sausages in our online food delivery have made the cut, and we prioritise pasta and loo roll over fresh fruit and vegetables.

I generally get to the end of a day’s shooting with two thoughts. Will the gamekeeper will mind me taking

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