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Old 3rd July 2022, 15:13   #165781
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Morning all, It's wet wet wet out there & more rain to come looking at the forecast.

There's a young blackbird running around the garden with all our cats at the window giving it the evil eye

I'll keep our one cat that goes out indoors today.






They give the driver different challenges to mix it up, You can either stop just before the points & get down from the loco & change the points manually or there's a map of the yard/sidings you can bring up with all the points laid out which you can change by a mouse click, but apparently I don't know my right from my left


Still didn't complete it at the PC blue screened halfway through with the same error message as before 'uncorrectable error'
I think I need to re-install Win 10 on a new SSD & go from there I think!!!!.



Resetting the gaming PC with a fresh install of Win 10, it's been downloading/installing for a couple of hours & is at 88% now.


Salmon fillets some 'pink fir apple' taters from the garden with peas & broad beans
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Old 3rd July 2022, 22:52   #165782
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Oh brilliant! I think I'm turning senile. A thought suddenly flashed into my mind, did I remember to . . . . I can't remember if I did whatever it was I was supposed to remember to do
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Old 4th July 2022, 07:42   #165783
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Morning everyone

A dull morning.

Off to Tavistock this morning.
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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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Old 4th July 2022, 08:24   #165784
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Morning all, Grey cloudy day & spitting with rain, Laundry day too
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Old 4th July 2022, 08:43   #165785
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Morning. Had a hellish night, could not sleep, made the mistake of getting frustrated because I couldn't sleep which made matters worse. I was still awake at 4am, dozed in fits and starts til 7 then gave up. Gonna be like a washed out cloth later.
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Old 4th July 2022, 09:03   #165786
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Are we going to see the Extinction Rebellion lot disrupt the Silverstone F1 on race day?. PC Plod say they have credible intelligence they plan to invade the track https://todaynewspost.com/auto-news/...orm-the-track/
Do the Extinction Rebellion people know that the actual racing is just about the least polluting part of the F1 industry, creating <1% of its emissions? And do they know how tiny an amount the emissions from F1 is compared to other industries such as shipping? I came across this video a little while back and found it interesting food for thought: https://youtu.be/BXDhIz2ge5M

Well done stevestrat with the brownies! Something Iíd like to try making one day.
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Old 4th July 2022, 10:17   #165787
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Morning. Had a hellish night, could not sleep, made the mistake of getting frustrated because I couldn't sleep which made matters worse. I was still awake at 4am, dozed in fits and starts til 7 then gave up. Gonna be like a washed out cloth later.
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Old 4th July 2022, 10:48   #165788
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Well done stevestrat with the brownies! Something Iíd like to try making one day.
Too much of a chocolate overdose for me, I can only eat small bits at a time but my other half likes it. Next time I make it I might try a less chocolate heavy recipe.

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I used to have regular problems sleeping but not for a while. However, even when I do get a "good" sleep I don't feel any benefit from it, wake up still tired and no energy at all. I'm hoping once I see the hormone specialist later this week will get to the bottom of it.
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Old 4th July 2022, 14:42   #165789
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Laundry done & out on the line now the rain has stopped, Muggy as heck though now


Got two of the lawns mowed & wet through wi sweat Might have a cold apple juice before I tackle the other two


Lasagne out the freezer for tea tonight with a garlic baguette
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Old 4th July 2022, 15:31   #165790
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At least the windows has been very windy today, at least the weather is nice too.
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