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Posted: Today at 14:52

Hi all, back from my shooting training. The general view of the instructor was, that I could not hit a cows a##e with a banjo. However on the bright side, he said, your average Polar bear is a bit bigger target. I will go for further lesson nearer the time.

Sorry to hear some of you are poorly. My cure all should be just the tonic [ as long as you add the gin too ]

I am going for a drink tonight with a couple of ex colleagues. First time I have seen anyone from work since I left.

Need to go outside to plan where I am going to plant my tulips. Normally I just grow them in pots, but this year I am going to try some in one of the borders. I have chosen Negrita, as it is supposed to naturalise well.


Posted: Today at 08:17

Morning all, raining, but very mild here.

Done supermarket and am now off to play cowboys and Indians. I will report back later.

Have a good day everyone.


Posted: Yesterday at 17:39

Mrs G, the sign of a civilised society, is how it helps to look after those in need. Sadly our society does not meet that target without people like you fighting for what is right. I hope you get what you and your son deserve.

KEF, as long as you have your gold hotpants, everything is good.


Posted: Yesterday at 15:25

Hi all, back from my Mums. V. stressful, she is so stubborn. I wonder where I got it from.

Off for my shooting training, in preparation for Arctic trip, should be fun.

Lovely to see you Stacey, and great to see your optimism.

Hope the rest of you are well.


Posted: 18/10/2014 at 13:34

Hi all. Am just off to my Mums for a while, don't know how long for.

See you all soon, and have a good time.

camellia looking poorly

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 22:50

It is going chloritic, and needs some iron, in the form of Sequestrene, which you can buy from the GC.

Trailing Fuchsia and Grasses

Posted: 17/10/2014 at 14:44

If the fuchsia are non hardy the pots need to go somewhere warmer over winter.

As for the grasses, don't move them now. In mid to late Spring they can be planted in the ground, having divided them if you want.


Posted: 17/10/2014 at 08:26

Morning all.

Supermarket done, I like it when the store is empty of all the people who spend their time getting in my way.

Mild here, with a hint of sun, so may get a bit done.

Have a good day everyone.

Why am I so special,to,the forum?

Posted: 16/10/2014 at 22:39

The Clangers.


Posted: 16/10/2014 at 17:46

How are you supposed to cook till then, as I assume it is not safe to use ? If it was in this house I would say great, takeaways for a week.

Talking of food I better prepare some dinner for the worker.

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