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Old 22nd May 2019, 22:06   #146411
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Evening all, It's TSW train hat again, Leeds to Manchester Victoria on a class 45.
Swilly in hand.






Oh! these dovetail game guys are trying to empty me wallet again! Tees valley line out tomorrow.

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Old 23rd May 2019, 06:55   #146412
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So very sorry to hear the sad news Phil.
Good morning Clive, thank you for those kind words.
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Old 23rd May 2019, 07:02   #146413
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Morning Phil and fellow followers.

Bright and sunny but with high cloud here at the moment.
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Old 23rd May 2019, 07:07   #146414
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Evening all.

As I said earlier Phil, so very sad for your loss.
Losing a pet is always painful but knowing you gave Anchy 11 of the best years she could have ever wished will be a comfort to you.

RIP Anchy.
Good morning Jeff, thank you for those kind thoughts. Yesterday, I was chatting to my sister in law who lives here in our compound/in her house. She has 3 dogs and 2 of them are on their last legs. A Labrador aged 14 and a St Bernard aged 12. The other is a young and boisterous Border Collie. The St Bernard is prone to being aggressive to other dogs and in the past has eaten puppies. Because of that we won’t be getting anymore puppies until the St Bernard is put down.
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Old 23rd May 2019, 07:11   #146415
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Bright and sunny but with high cloud here at the moment.
Good morning Bob, what are you up to today, are you busy or taking things easy?
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Good morning all, how is everyone, I wonder if Steve Strat is still on holiday? This afternoon I am seeing the eye specialist and I am hoping for good news from him. I had to make some changes to my Rover 75. It is now in storage in a lock up garage which is costing £30 per month in a secure compound and I have given clear instructions for the belts, water pump, thermostat to be changed and for a corroded brake pipe to be replaced.

I had better get up and get on with the day.
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Morning all, another warm one today and forecast 20 deg for tomorrow too!!
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Old 23rd May 2019, 07:51   #146418
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Morning all, hazy morning here. If the birds have done nesting in the big laurel bush I might get the electrics hedge cutter out to trim it before it gets out of hand.
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Old 23rd May 2019, 08:03   #146419
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Morning all, nice and sunny here today. So sorry to read of your loss Phil, being a former dog owner myself, and having to make the decision twice,I feel the pain you are going through. It still brings a tear to my eye thinking about it, and it was 19 years ago for my wife’s dog and 25 years ago for my old collie cross.
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Morning fellow residents of the LCOZ - nice to see LeylandWorldmaster in one of Coolcat's photos - without him, the LCOZ wouldn't exist
Another bright, sunny one today - although I reckon there's still a chill breeze when you're in the shade - too many years of blood thinning drugs maybe?
My task for today - sort out my routes for holidays - home to Fakenham, and then Fakenham to near Boston. Whilst I will use my satnav, I always get a 'manual' route too - just to check that I'm not being directed down any narrow country lanes unsuitable for my car and 'van - a total length of 38' 3"
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