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Old 16th March 2022, 21:15   #164371
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Lovely, sunny morning here in the far East. SWMBO has nicked the Sportage (again) "just to get used to it"! Her Polo is getting used less and less these days (10 years old and less than 50k on it!). It goes for MOT on Wednesday, so have been doing the usual checks and cleaning to keep Mr MOT happy!

Take care all.
Pass with no advisories. Phew! Must remember to retest in August so that test preps can be done in warmer weather in future!
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Old 16th March 2022, 22:17   #164372
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Morning all, little spots of rain in the air today, sorry to hear of the test result Jeff, fingers crossed you are not too ill with it.
I had Covid a few weeks ago. My test came back positive but I was told I was no longer infectious.---

As in Britain masks no longer compulsory here in France from today.

Went to the local super-market, half the customers were still wearing masks.
Safety first, maybe ?
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Old 17th March 2022, 07:39   #164373
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Morning everyone from sunny Saltash.

With a thick frost.

The Special day has arrived, for on this day in 2010 Banana came into my life.

She is currently in the workshop, again. So it will mean Iíll have to use the Bear, sigh! To go for essential shopping.
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Old 17th March 2022, 08:11   #164374
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Morning all, It's a bright sunny frosty morning here.
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Old 17th March 2022, 09:40   #164375
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I thought that the "C" meant clear! Hope you are soon feeling better. Acle isolation ward for you I guess. The boat will probably need a wash today if it's anything like here. Give us a shout if you need anything.
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Old 17th March 2022, 10:09   #164376
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I am feeling low again today yesterday, the wife school was on school be off,and she has back to school today as it as there was a school off due to the parents for to see how the teachers getting with the kids .
My son is at the aircub practical air area and goes Thursday and Friday, so he is out there today and tomorrow too.
I have got one friend from the club who has become a good friend of mine Rover who lives Andy NO1 with the green colour, who comes for a cuppa and takes Quizzie with me for the dog. He meets each time he comes to see his sons when he's in the area.
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I thought that the "C" meant clear! Hope you are soon feeling better. Acle isolation ward for you I guess. The boat will probably need a wash today if it's anything like here. Give us a shout if you need anything.
Morning Mike.

C means control. It should always read a line, if not the test is void.

The T if it has a line, faint or bold means a positive test.

So for a negative test the C should have a line and the T have no usable line at all

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The bad news is. I still have a line on the T this morning so still positive.
Feeling pretty normal now though so hopefully soon be rid of it.

I'm at home at the moment, not in Acle, but thanks for the offer.
I'm due back in Acle Thursday/Friday presuming I get the all clear on the LFT.

The car got the red dust/sand treatment here in Clacton as well!

I'm hoping to get the pressure washer out to clean the hull as apart from the Saharan Dust she has all of the winters muck and grime to be cleaned off as well
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Old 17th March 2022, 11:28   #164378
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Illness can be a bummer. Try to keep positive because that's what gets you through it all. Gan canny mara.
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Old 17th March 2022, 11:37   #164379
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I am feeling low again today yesterday, the wife school was on school be off,and she has back to school today as it as there was a school off due to the parents for to see how the teachers getting with the kids .
My son is at the aircub practical air area and goes Thursday and Friday, so he is out there today and tomorrow too.
I have got one friend from the club who has become a good friend of mine Rover who lives Andy NO1 with the green colour, who comes for a cuppa and takes Quizzie with me for the dog. He meets each time he comes to see his sons when he's in the area.
Hi Rich,

Lets hope the warmer days and longer evenings will be better for your recovery and sense of well being. Cold, dark, wet days never inspire anyone.

It's great that Andy can pop by and chew the fat with you.
It's a pain that we are so far apart. I know as your situation improves and the world recovers from Covid we will get together again. You still owe me that trip down to Lady Emma and I need to get up to Knockhill again. So we can plan something in the future one way or the other
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Afternoon all, That cold wind is back & I've had enough washing plant pots in bleach/soapy water outside,

Hey what was going on in the forum last night around 8:15pm? 2179 viewing


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