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Posted: 23/08/2012 at 20:47

I think the SatNav will say 'Vous etes perdu, utilisez une carte.'


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Posted: 23/08/2012 at 20:44

Geoff, what do you mean, the blue link part? I hope there isn't half a class lost in the interweb because I failed to expalin something!

Kate, they look like this. Plenty of instructions on the net. My sister and I made them to amuse our small niece and nephew during a particularly long and arduous church service.


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Posted: 23/08/2012 at 20:16

You don't need a SatNav to find your way round the house - durr - of course you have to use it outside :- D

Becks, teaching old dogs new tricks springs to mind. Well done!!!

Kate, I've always really liked origami but haven't done any for ages. Though I do make little snapdragons to entertain small people and little boxes to put small pressies and stuff in. (When I'm not busy posting links, that is :- D )

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Posted: 23/08/2012 at 19:48

Fab origami, Kate, GCSE A grade, I do believe.

Geoff, I see you are displaying 'advanced linking skills' with your YouTube. clip. Have an A* for your GCSE  ;- )

DIY Cold frame

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 19:42

To paste a link to a website, I find it in the search engine and, after checking it's what I want, I go back to the search engine page, right click on the hyperlink (underlined) that I used, choose 'Copy shortcut' and proceed as before. I expect there are at least three other ways to do all of this, some may be easier!!! The link below is coming out as a very long thing, unlike what I copied, but it should work.


DIY Cold frame

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 19:37

Linking to a forum thread, I go and find it but don't open it to read the posts. I right-click on the thread title and, in the menu that opens, left click 'Copy shortcut' . Then when I type my post I paste the link into the box.

I'm using Internet Explorer but it must be similar in other browsers.

See how you go with that, gardenfantic.


Fork Handles

Posted: 23/08/2012 at 17:45

Kate, I'm around to keep you company though have all day events to help at on both Sunday and Monday. I'm expecting to need a brolly handy :- (

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Posted: 23/08/2012 at 10:05

The autumnal chill had passed by the time I got up - either that or sunny East Dorset has a summery micro-climate. The start of autumn has its own smell in the air - normally I don't detect it until September but who knows!

Heard this morning that beekeepers are depressed at the very poor honey yields. My sister-in-Wales has a bumper crop, four times more than she extracted last year, so something turned out right. I have one red tomato and a few green ones.

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Posted: 22/08/2012 at 20:34

I hope it's a Custarde doughnut - my namesake after all. I had a gaga moment earlier when I said my favourite was Apple.

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Posted: 22/08/2012 at 20:31

A link? I do believe I can ;- )


oooh, looks a bit long. Hope it works. Also wiki, beeb & several other places explain about the origin of the hoax.

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