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pks1702

Is Summer on Its Way?

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One of my more trusted sites.

Simon Keeling is a realist and does not buy 'human induced global warming' :clap

Signs are it is getting better :clap

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Oh pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeease let it improve!! Lets hope he is right and we see signs of a summer very soon.

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We're all ready for some, let's hope your man is right Perry.

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I do hope someone's right for a change. At least on the Broads you don't have to put up with these river conditions on the Thames which have been up and down for the past two months http://riverconditions.environment-agency.gov.uk/. With the rain we've had in the Thames Valley, we're more likely to see red boards on a daily basis which means no cruising.

If I only I lived nearer Norfolk I'd be out every day - roll on August :party:

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Very interesting video. Lets hope he's right about improvement towards the end of the month!

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:wave i can't see it ever getting really any better, especially with all this rain, we seem to be having quite alot of it up here in chessy, i went to a place called trent lock near derby & they are still having alot of floods, here are a couple of pics i took there, this is just the other side of the lock, the water is usually about a foot below the last step that's under water,post-937-136713932829_thumb.jpg post-937-136713932856_thumb.jpg lori :Stinky

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