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Posted: 13/10/2014 at 08:44

Hugs Fairy as Dove says feet up and rest.

Verdun hope other stuff gets sorted.

Now raining here, if I wasn't hungry I'd go back to bed and hibernate until spring   


Posted: 13/10/2014 at 08:12

Good morning all  10C dull & windy here, rain due later.

Lily wow the poppies are fantastic, lovely pics as well Chicky, early guests

Fidget, bet you didn't take photos of the nudie rudie  On a very choppy sea crossing on a small ferry I fell on my knees and ended up face first into a German blokes groin and when I apologised he replied the pleasure was all his

Glad that some peeps got jobs done in the garden, did a bit here but was rather lazy.

Ouzo gravy was  but only required a capful to a pint. The bottle which was unopened     came from Samos, been in the cupboard since 1991  looks like a lot of gravy needed to use a litre.


Posted: 12/10/2014 at 11:21

I say !!    I am deeply offended accused of being on the sherbert before noon

I've been on other threads Panda!!  & been a domestic godess..well made breakfast and put the washer on.

Nice to read about successful / enjoyable things from yesterday.

Sun shining so I'm out to play. Beer o'clock in 39mins

Great to hear from OL  

Why am I so special,to,the forum?

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 11:10

I'm important cos' I bring drinks to the cabin  & I laugh at your jokes Verdun, especially when they are tongue in cheek on new threads

Strictly 2014

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 10:05

Snap Lizzie, Donny got on my nerves, does anyone else think he's starting to look like Cliff Richard?

I loved Frankie doing the paso, Jakes' walz, and Sunetra & Brendan

I think Christina might have well have danced around a pole for how much dancing her partner did.

Not a Judy fan but I'd like to see the D.J leave, don't know his name, but for some reason I find him very irritating.

They all do far better than I could do I can't even dance around a handbag but love the show.

Trip to Cambridge University Botanical Garden 11th October

Posted: 12/10/2014 at 09:30

Lovely pics Dove, glad you all had a good day & the weather was kind during your visit

Doc leaf Cutting

Posted: 11/10/2014 at 17:45

Daisy do you have a lot of nettles to clear  Must say I don't think Doc leaves are as available near nettles as they used to be.


Posted: 11/10/2014 at 17:27

Hi Pdoc, me thinks it needs to be very warm weather and a drop( or 4 )  in a glass with plenty of ice. Was the crayfish one of ours or a foreign one?  Shows your stream is clean, good enough to add a drop of water to the Ouzo.

Might have to test warm weather theory when I decide how much to add to the gravy  Apols now in case I repeat myself tomoz' after making the gravy

bags for composting

Posted: 11/10/2014 at 17:08

Dduck I wonder if they will get too wet ? Snow on the top etc. Maybe you plan to put something over the top to keep water out and keep some warmth in  Worth a try though if you haven't an area for compost or a Dalek bin. Please tell us how you get on

p.s If you have more than one bag, how about making the compost one more rigid at sides with a few bricks and use another as a "lid".


Posted: 11/10/2014 at 17:03

Hope that Crayfish is in the pan Pdoc a Scooby snack for later.

We've had a decent day here, but now great blobs of rain and some rumbling going on.

I've been behind the back of old GH that is near our boundry fence and attacked, or was attacked by berberis, overgrown golden hops and solanum crispum, mental note don't leave it another 5 yrs before I do it again  Loads of blinking ivy that needs pulling out, but that's for another day. Green bin that was emptied yesterday is now full again.

Hope all have a good evening, lazy Mo that I am we're having curry again ( bought extra on Wed's) well it is Saturday and it is an official curry night, plus  had 3 weeks deprivation to make up for . Will cook tomoz' will try to replicate a meal from hols, braised pork with Ouzo gravy  Dunno if Mum will like it

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