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Posted 13 hours ago
Did you mean ‘peel’ perchance? LOL.
Posted 14 hours ago
With great difficulty. I ended up with not very much carrot but lots of peelings!
I excel at growing wonky veg. Think I’ve surpassed myself this time though!
Posted Saturday at 22:50
Well, yes. hullabaloos indeed! A species of inconsiderate hirers known from the 1930’s onwards. (Check out Arthur Ransom’s ‘Coot Club’.)
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Posted Saturday at 11:37
A warm welcome from me too.
Posted Friday at 23:39
Posted Friday at 23:02
Posted Friday at 23:01
Well, at least it shows that they are investing in improvements. Isn’t that a good thing?
in Holiday Tales & Blogs
Posted Friday at 22:58
Posted Friday at 21:43
Steady on chaps! (Flippin’ ek...for a Welsh person to say that is just weird...).
Posted Friday at 20:23
Just noticed that one on Timbo’s phone photo.
Posted Friday at 20:18
‘ hitched up his tights’
She’s sure about that one, is she?
Posted Friday at 19:47
Jean, how could you! You’ll set him off again!
Posted Friday at 18:17
Typing ‘ying tong’ with predictive text takes a bit of doing!
Posted Friday at 18:16
Brilliant...though you’ve gone a bit Charlotte Bronte with your ‘Dear readers ‘.
All together now...
Ying tong, ying tong, ying tong...
(iddle i po)
in Where was this Taken ?
Posted Friday at 14:59
Hi Polly. We are probably wimps, but I find that trying to quant against a stiff breeze ain’t fun!
Posted Friday at 11:31
Welcome back Jay.
Posted Friday at 10:08
Posted Friday at 09:53
What a pain! Our insurance is probably more expensive, but at least they are easy to contact.
Posted Thursday at 21:33
Do let us know how you got on. Hope you didn’t have a chilly night without a canopy!
Posted Thursday at 21:14
Near the mouth of Candle Dyke? (Or, as Arthur Ransom called it, ‘Kendal Dyke’.)
The reason I think it’s there...we spent a long time on that stretch a couple of year back trying to tack up it. Got through eventually!
Posted Thursday at 21:10
Posted Wednesday at 22:01
There’s a fine balance we’ve yet to reach between people being exploited and people exploiting the system.
Posted Wednesday at 21:42
That’s worse than the longest shift I’ve ever done, 8am to 8pm back in the days (early 80s) when we had British Rail. Mind you, the Union had negotiated double time (or something like that...memory is slightly hazy) which made doing ‘overtime’ well worth it. My Mum also worked for BR, as did her father. He said some of his colleagues who worked the system killed the golden egg.
I’m not a fan of privatisation, but I can see how it happened. More a symptom of weak management though.