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Old 2nd June 2020, 17:22   #152991
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Afternoon all, It's been roasting this afternoon. I'm doing Winter scenarios on the Trans-Pennine Train sim world to try & cool down


Roll on tomorrow when we're back to normal temps.











Stir fry t'neet with some cubed up gammon joint & fresh veggies & rice for tea
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Another scorcher here in Norwich,however I did hear some claps of thunder coming from the Acle direction.
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Old 2nd June 2020, 18:17   #152993
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LOL Jeff been on the sprouts again?
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Old 2nd June 2020, 19:29   #152994
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I'm looking forward to the cooler temperatures but hopefully not too much wet stuff.

Absolute pain trying to prep brickwork ready for pointing while baking hot and no good for the new mortar either.

Not great for washing and polishing cars either as it's difficult to avoid stuff, even water, drying onto the paintwork which is then just another job to remove it.

If all I had to do all day was read a book or listen to some music I'd be quite happy with bright and sunny but there's things wot need doin'

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Evening all, another nice day here, tea is cooking and a bottle of Becks has been opened.
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Blimey! Our three cats just tried to jump through the conservatory door window!


We have a big laurel tree in the garden with two blackbirds nesting in it, The chicks are just fledging & I was watching one on the lawn when a sparrowhawk swooped down & grabbed the young bird pinning it to the lawn that's when our three cats went mental trying to get out


I've been watching these blackbirds for weeks & have kept our one cat indoors that goes out until they fledge, I thought I have to help it and ran to the lawn luckily the sparrowhawk dropped it and flew off, it survived minus a couple of feathers missing


There's a multitude of wood pigeons on our roof that it can have for tea There's no shortage of those around here.
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Blimey! Our three cats just tried to jump through the conservatory door window!


We have a big laurel tree in the garden with two blackbirds nesting in it, The chicks are just fledging & I was watching one on the lawn when a sparrowhawk swooped down & grabbed the young bird pinning it to the lawn that's when our three cats went mental trying to get out


I've been watching these blackbirds for weeks & have kept our one cat indoors that goes out until they fledge, I thought I have to help it and ran to the lawn luckily the sparrowhawk dropped it and flew off, it survived minus a couple of feathers missing


There's a multitude of wood pigeons on our roof that it can have for tea There's no shortage of those around here.
Nature doing its thing, we came across a dead newborn rabbit while out on this evenings dog walk, only a cpl of days old, no signs of attack from a predator?!
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