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Old 14th May 2022, 14:03   #165201
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Link to a few more of the pictures I took of Nicole Marie yesterday

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Gave Banana and the Bear a wash. Then my neighbour Kelsey shouted out, “don’t forget mine Bob”. So I went up and washed her Land Rover Evoque. Had to get my step ladder out to do the roof. Kelsey came out and said, “Bob I was joking, but you are an absolute diamond”.

Got another car to wash, clay and wax tomorrow. My neighbour Marion has a Ford C-Max. Think I might start up my own car cleaning business.

Knackered now, might have to have an early cider.
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It's been a sizzler this afternoon, 20C & wall to wall sunshine.


Lots more gardening & re-potting done, The plants are going to need a good watering later tonight some of them are wilting


Too hot to cook owt so pasta ping meals out the freezer for tea tonight. Already on my second cider as this heat is killing me.
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Old 14th May 2022, 17:02   #165204
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Weeding done, what I couldn't weed has been sprayed. The whatever they are on the path are seedlings from a plant in the garden, PITA, spreads like bugry!

Need some plastic sheet to line a couple of fair size planters but struggling to find something suitable. All B&Q seems to have is water permeable, kinda defeats the point! I can muller heavy duty rubble sacks but not sure if they'd be big enough Research required!
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I can muller heavy duty rubble sacks but not sure if they'd be big enough Research required!
B&Q has some that are well big enough . . . . oh well, B&Q tomorrow. Need to replace the heavy duty stapler I had as well, did sterling service until it went twang. I went to check the feedback on the sacks as other ones I looked at the feedback stated the overall length included the tie handles considerably reducing the actual sack size . . . . all the feedback on these bigger ones is in French
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Good Sunday morning people.

We have sunshine. Shorts on today. Car cleaning duties today for my neighbour.
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Morning all, It's a overcast day here.
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Morning. Very much a nothing in particular day, no sun, no wind and no real heat.

Managed to kick the hoover in the hallway last night, barefoot(!), hobbling around today.
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Old 15th May 2022, 10:59   #165209
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It’s warm and sunny outside today, I think I will pop out to the garage and get some more fuel to grass the grass today.
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It’s warm and sunny outside today, I think I will pop out to the garage and get some more fuel to grass the grass today.
Morning Richard, who cuts the grass, yourself?

We employ a gardener to cut the grass and attend to the borders and paths. Farm staff milk the cows and attend to the geese and chickens. At night they all go into their stables and cages to protect them from predators: leopards, wild dogs.

Amazingly our lawn mower says it was built by Rover.

Do you still have chickens/geese? and their names?

Hot yesterday and today at 32C

Friday I met with the dermatologist who burned off around 20 skin lesions from the head, scalp, face, nose, arms, back and legs. Sun damage from 30-40 years ago. It was a surreal experience to see smoke being emitted from the nose and to smell burning flesh, quite sore. Now I am more uglier than ever

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