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HELLO FORKERS!

Posted: 08/02/2014 at 08:34

Good morning all,

Hope everyone is keeping their heads above water.

Are you taking part in 'the Red Bull Storm Chasing Wind Surfing ' competition off Gwithien. Verdun?

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Posted: 07/02/2014 at 15:56

Feel for you Matty. Hope in time you'll remember the good times with your mum.

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Posted: 05/02/2014 at 10:56

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Good morning,

Hope everyone is okay.

It was quite scarey for a while last night as I could hear things banging against the conservatory and didn't know what I would find in daylight but no damage just a few branches down.

I feel so sorry for those nearer the coast  who are just dreading the next high tide. 

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Posted: 04/02/2014 at 10:26

Good morning all,

Lovely sunshine at the moment and I'll have to find some sun tan lotion before i venture outdoors .

It is scarey the effect all this rain is having ( holes opening up as Verdun said) and sea walls being destroyed. I watched a programme about sink holes and one poor chap disappeared down one in Florida, I think it was, never to be seen again.

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Posted: 02/02/2014 at 05:26

Oooooos sorry,

I don't know what happened there. I thought I'd posted this yesterday but has just appeared now.

Anyway good morning early waker uppers.

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Posted: 02/02/2014 at 05:01

Hello again,

I used to love Vesta meals. My dad was in India with the army and my mum had never heard of curry so used to sprinkle curry powder on his gravey.

Yes, Verdun, we've escaped so far but i heard the manager of 'The Watering Hole' (the only pub in Britain on the beach) and he said the water came up to 15feet away at last high tide and they may have to abandon the premises during the rugby next hide tide. my son-in-law always goes down to watch the rugby there and h

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Posted: 01/02/2014 at 07:40

Good morning Dove, Clari and Stacey.

Gone back to bed with a coffee and wondering if I'll be able to do anything in the garden today.

High tides and heavy rain but the flooding hasn't been as bad in the coastal villages down here in Cornwall as expected.

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Posted: 31/01/2014 at 07:46

Morning again,

Khan does a cod oil liver oil  capsule a day, Kef  and I've some glucosamine tablets but I'll look out for the chews, Clari.

 

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Posted: 31/01/2014 at 06:58

Morning Chicky,

Good to see the end of January. Hope we do get a sunny,dry frosty February.

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Posted: 31/01/2014 at 06:05

Good morning all,

Thanks for your comments about my bumble bee photo. The honeysuckle still has leaves on the sheltered side of the bush, Chicky. One hydrangea in a sheltered spot still has leaves and flowers although the others are all bare with brown flower heads.

I watched the programme about dog food too, Lizzy.  Like you didn't learn much. My 11year old German Shepherd is a bit stiff now and can't walk far now. I've tried the really expensive dog foods for a few months but the programme seemed to suggest there wasn't a great deal of difference. The raw meat diet was interesting but that had it's drawbacks with samonella. I didn't agree with feeding dogs veggie and vegan diets. The programme didn't mention why dog poo doesn't turn white anymore.  That must be down to diet.

 

 

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