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PostPosted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 11:09 pm 
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No frost this morning 1.7c, bloody cold sat on the forklift though.

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wet as a shag water from bum hole to breakfast :D :D

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 06, 2017 8:08 am 
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wet as a shag water from bum hole to breakfast :D :D

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I am having some difficulty imagining that, Paul................................. :o

Very cold here this morning. Sharp frost.

At least my heating has been fixed after five days without hot water or heat!! :D

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Coltheox wrote:
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wet as a shag water from bum hole to breakfast :D :D

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I am having some difficulty imagining that, Paul................................. :o

Very cold here this morning. Sharp frost.

At least my heating has been fixed after five days without hot water or heat!! :D


Not only is it wet as a shag but still as muggy as shit just cooler and muggy

After farming thru the driest year in Australias history dust storms everyday for six months it rained and although not a lot of rain it was mud and slop every where as bull dust turned to slop .
I remember standing on the front verandah with a tear in my watching this happen and I heard this song for the first time on the radio in side
Unless you have farmed thru servere drought you will have no idea what Im talking about but after dust storms that are that bad that you cant see the sun for hours at a time daily for six months on end dust in the house in all the cuboards you can even taste it in the water I sort of start to think Im living on a different planet and theres nothing you can do about it at all you cant sell your cattle as the waiting list was 16 weeks at the slaughter yards you just slowly go deeper into dept but you do realise everyone else is in the shit as well so it never seems quite as bad at the time
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Pissing of rain here this morning.

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Pissing of rain here all day.

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Miserable damp and dull day. Typical January weather.

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Miserable damp and dull day. Typical January weather.



Try spending it in Bletchley. :(

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Flintstone wrote:
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Miserable damp and dull day. Typical January weather.



Try spending it in Bletchley. :(

Nice at Woburn.

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A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.

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Coltheox wrote:
A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.



Hope you washed them first.

Mild but grey here today. Rain at sunrise.

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Coltheox wrote:
A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.

It is a lovely day Col. Though I did see that the cold weather Europe is currently enduring might be making its way here later this week. Not as cold as they've had though.

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Raggy wrote:
Coltheox wrote:
A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.

It is a lovely day Col. Though I did see that the cold weather Europe is currently enduring might be making its way here later this week. Not as cold as they've had though.


In light of Brexit they can keep their European weather to themselves thank yer kindlee

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dust n diesel wrote:
Raggy wrote:
Coltheox wrote:
A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.

It is a lovely day Col. Though I did see that the cold weather Europe is currently enduring might be making its way here later this week. Not as cold as they've had though.


In light of Brexit they can keep their European weather to themselves thank yer kindlee


I was going to post something along those lines, but decided against it..................... :D

Are you meant to wash the towels before you hang them out, then???????? :o

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Coltheox wrote:
dust n diesel wrote:
Raggy wrote:
Coltheox wrote:
A truly lovely day. Almost spring like.

Have even hung the towels out to dry.

It is a lovely day Col. Though I did see that the cold weather Europe is currently enduring might be making its way here later this week. Not as cold as they've had though.


In light of Brexit they can keep their European weather to themselves thank yer kindlee


I was going to post something along those lines, but decided against it..................... :D

Are you meant to wash the towels before you hang them out, then???????? :o




In your case just snap them over your knee.

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