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Old 17th April 2022, 13:53   #164881
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Old 18th April 2022, 07:10   #164882
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Morning all,

Wow, was quiet in here last night

Another sunny start to the day here.

Hoping to go and meet my Aunt & Uncles new dog today
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Old 18th April 2022, 07:21   #164883
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Morning Jeff and all other early risers.

Still not feeling all that great, but life goes on.

Misty start to the day this morning but hoping the sun will push through.
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Old 18th April 2022, 07:58   #164884
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Morning Jeff and all other early risers.

Still not feeling all that great, but life goes on.

Misty start to the day this morning but hoping the sun will push through.
That's not good Bob.
Hope it passes soon and you're feeling 100% again.
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Old 18th April 2022, 08:14   #164885
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Morning all, What a grey day. It's wet wet wet out there from overnight rain.
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Old 18th April 2022, 08:30   #164886
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Morning all, What a grey day. It's wet wet wet out there from overnight rain.
Not so bright here this morning, but dry.

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Old 18th April 2022, 09:18   #164887
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Morning all.

Similar to the Rev here.

Shed panel painting is on the job sheet for today so the decent weather is most welcome (I'm only about 3 days behind SWMBO's original timescale - and it's not finished yet ).

Bob - I hope you're feeling better for next Saturday's POL meeting. I'm very much looking forward to putting a face to a name.

Enjoy whatever you get up to today.
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Old 18th April 2022, 09:27   #164888
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Morning all.

Similar to the Rev here.

Shed panel painting is on the job sheet for today so the decent weather is most welcome (I'm only about 3 days behind SWMBO's original timescale - and it's not finished yet ).

Bob - I hope you're feeling better for next Saturday's POL meeting. I'm very much looking forward to putting a face to a name.

Enjoy whatever you get up to today.
I'm off to take to take advantage of B&Qs 3 for 2 shed paint offer today, arm allowing I hope to make a start on the shed build this week, bought a couple of used upvc windows for £30 to use in it yesterday.
Happy painting
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Another sunny start to the day here.
Far from that here, cloudy and the temperature has come crashing down from yesterday. Hung some washing and filled the bird feeders, bl00dy cold!
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Old 18th April 2022, 10:56   #164890
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A sunny start in Norfolk. Lovely day yesterday at the Transport Museum in Carlton Colville. Interesting when a tram "jumped the rails"! (electric vehicles!) All safe and sound.
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