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Mark Hamlett
Smells like biscuitsTea
Nicey replies: Yes nothing more off putting than a trace of fungus.

John E Noir
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Nicey replies: Right that's the smell of Bury St Edmonds too. It has a vast sugar beet plant, next to the A14. I think Google earth should have all this stuff in so you would know what places smell like. I'm mildly certain I spent a night in Tadcaster about 20 years ago sleeping on somebody's floor, it was certainly a place just south York and with lots of breweries.

Andrew Hackney
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Nicey replies: Thank you for that message that gently drags us back in the world tea time and for the support for nose icon which really appreciates it.

We should also spare a thought for Captain Birds Eye who's had a lot of issues of late. It must of been very traumatic loosing thirty years going all Timothy Dalton style with an electric pelican and flying submarine, then to suddenly age again by about thirty years. He wants to get back to that island where all the kids swing around on ropes, live in tree houses and feast on vast platters of fish fingers and peas.

Helen Rees
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Nicey replies: Hello Helen,

Yes Haverhill isn't far from us and has a strange looking factory on its ring road, but I didn't notice any strange smells. I of course want to head over there right away and camp on the road side now.

To reach you at Swansea via the M4 one has to run the gauntlet of Port Talbot which has its own aroma (Hydrogen Sulphide I assume), probably due to the steel works.

Trina Fitzalan-Howard
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Nicey replies: Hi Trina,

Note that for smells on roads to count they need to be strong enough that you can detect them with the windows up in the car and travelling in excess of 40mph.