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Old 30th June 2022, 08:19   #165741
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Morning all, What a grey day, Very wet outside from heavy overnight rain.
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Old 30th June 2022, 08:33   #165742
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Morning folks, how is everyone?

Today we are flying to Belfast at 4pm to collect my new passport from the passport office tomorrow - collect by appointment. The forecast is rain and lots of it, so we are dressed for wet weather. We will be travelling light with only under seat bags to avoid the chaos of checked in luggage and I booked fast track security to avoid queuing up at the airport.
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Old 30th June 2022, 08:55   #165743
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Morning everyone from sunny Saltash.

The new course of tablets are working well. The swelling is going down, and redness is fading a bit.

Going to be booted and suited today as Iím off to a mateís wedding today. I donít plan to stay late as it is a 2 hour drive home. And we have a big day out tomorrow to Boston Lincolnshire.
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Old 30th June 2022, 11:01   #165744
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Wow! Just been an almighty blatter of rain, just after I got back from shopping and brought the washing in. Still raining heavily and Ging is still sitting outside using the parasol as an umbrella

Waiting for some fish fillets to defrost then its a red Thai fish and prawn curry on the cards.
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Old 30th June 2022, 18:54   #165746
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Windows bleddy 10 strikes again I hate that OS, It's the only OS I have trouble with. My gaming PC which is on Win 10 SSD has gone belly up It's throwing up a WHEA uncorrectable blue screen error message & wont boot into any mode I put a spare HDD with Linux OS on & that boots up straight away.

Time for a swilly before I drop kick it down the drive
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Old 1st July 2022, 06:42   #165747
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Morning all, What a grey day with rain expected later. 1st of the month & need to get some gas/electric meter readings because I don't trust these lot (octopus) with meter readings. Low & behold the reading for last month bears no resemblance to my actual electric meter reading ....again If I submit my reading with their wrong reading it would mean I've submitted a reading that cost more for the month of May than all of 2021 & part of 2020 I give up.
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Old 1st July 2022, 07:34   #165748
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Morning everyone.

Banana is getting a wash before we set off to Boston Lincolnshire.
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No.1. MG ZT V6 190 failed itís MOT in 2011 and is still rotting on the driveway. Owner refuses to sell. Location Hayling Island.
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No.4 MG ZT. CDTi. Sold in 2020 for £7,500. 23,500 miles on the clock. Believed to be living in the Lancashire area.
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Morning all,

Blue skies here

Have a safe journey Bob.
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Morning folks, welcome to the day

A good experience yesterday at Bristol airport and no wheelchair needed. Everything worked okay, the taxi driver who collected us was from the Ukraine who had a lot to say about what is going on over there, what he said was educational. Nice chap who had set up his own taxi company.

A long way to collect a new passport, the world has gone nut!

The flight left on time. Because we had no luggage, arrivals in Belfast only took us 10 minutes from the plane to the other side plus a 10 minute walk to the hotel. Dinner in the hotel: Jessica had Cajun chicken with Peri Peri sauce and I had salmon fillet. We have a nice room with all of the comforts, a welcomed treat.

Our apologies Andy, we wonít be able to make the memorial for Deb.
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