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Old 6th April 2020, 07:36   #151841
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Morning all, sunshine and rain at the moment, there will be a pot o gold somewhere!
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Old 6th April 2020, 07:50   #151842
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Heavy rain last night but blue sky this morning.
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Old 6th April 2020, 07:51   #151843
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I bet you canít find it
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Old 6th April 2020, 08:19   #151844
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I could fall over it and still not find it Col, it would be like the elusive 8mm socket that always vanishes then reappears when the job is done.
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Old 6th April 2020, 10:50   #151845
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Morning all - it's a canny morning here - the gusty wind has gone (I blame the onions with the pork chops yesterday) and it's nice and bright and sunny. We've got both son and daughter on shopping expeditions for us (separately) - it's amazing how many things you almost run out when you're not wandering round the shopping aisles yourself.
Garden fence painting for me today - I might chuck some into next door's garden as a hint to the nutter to do his side of the panel he set fire to earlier in the year.
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Old 6th April 2020, 12:05   #151846
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I could fall over it and still not find it Col, it would be like the elusive 8mm socket that always vanishes then reappears when the job is done.
8mm????? Should have said, I have an abundance.

Its the 13mm and 10mm that sprout legs and vanish in this house.
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8mm????? Should have said, I have an abundance.

Its the 13mm and 10mm that sprout legs and vanish in this house.

I always find them Graham, itís just as if they know when the job is done then reappear 🤣
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Old 6th April 2020, 13:48   #151848
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Morning all - it's a canny morning here - the gusty wind has gone (I blame the onions with the pork chops yesterday) and it's nice and bright and sunny. We've got both son and daughter on shopping expeditions for us (separately) - it's amazing how many things you almost run out when you're not wandering round the shopping aisles yourself.
Garden fence painting for me today - I might chuck some into next door's garden as a hint to the nutter to do his side of the panel he set fire to earlier in the year.
Not here it hasnít, itís sunny but that wind has a nasty bite to it.
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