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Reckon it touched 28 while I was sat in the Market Square this afternoon ...... Bliss

 

Plus a lot lighter since the clocks went forward 

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5 hours ago, radfordred said:

 

 

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Plus a lot lighter since the clocks went forward 

Eyes instantly darted to the time on my tablet..before a 180 degree headspin to the wall clock.

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17 hours ago, radfordred said:

Reckon it touched 28 while I was sat in the Market Square this afternoon ......

28 Kelvin? :rolleyes:

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have the clocks gone forward in UK?

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1am, on Sunday March the 31st.

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Thought so , same as us but seem to remember years ago that U.K. Put clocks forward before us in spring.

thanks Fly

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:) the sun is shining AGAIN. Its getting monotonous but its nice. We have been without rain for ages and the farmers  are getting very worried. The fields are so dry . We are desparate for rain. Looking at the local forcast we have to wait until April 8th before it will rain. But then towards Easter we are apparently going to have violent storms, which will mean flooding. This weather is lovely but its also very worrying. 

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Some warmth and sunshine would be most welcome here nonna, as its another cool, cloudy and benign day here.

Supposedly warming up by Thursday, then the possibility of wintery showers and plummeting temperatures next week. Grrrr !

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My telly blew up on Monday, I was sat watching it and there was a loud bang and it went dead. Luckily the sky box and DVD player weren’t affected. Changed the fuse in the plug, plugged it in and there was an even louder bang, thought it was worth a try just in case it was only the fuse, vain hope really. I have a spare tv upstairs so got that down and spent most of yesterday trying to find remote control, finally found it this morning in a safe place! Unscrewed the screws that held the stand on the dead one, took me ages to manhandle the tv off stand and after all that it doesn’t fit the new one. Sod’s law I suppose. Booklet says there was a stand with it, but it was on the wall in my husbands man cave before so no sign of the stand anywhere. Looks like a trip to Comet etc. to try and get one. Don’t watch that much tv, but now I haven’t got one I want to watch it. Why does life have to be so complicated?

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Did the bangs spook the dogs?    Hope you can get it sorted x

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How's my day ?...... Getting longer ! :bighug:

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12 hours ago, MargieH said:

Did the bangs spook the dogs?    

They were both fast asleep when it happened (long walk and bellies full of chicken, good life really). They raised their heads, looked at me and then went back to sleep. Second time they were in back garden and came running in to see what was going on. Borrowed a small tv until I can get a stand, looks like an internet job.

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Where's Ben? Can't see he's posted in a week or more. If you're reading, hope you're alright!

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I was thinking the same today AF. I'm hoping he's wooing the senoritas in Espana. Come back benj, we miss you miduck.

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He's in Cancun at the moment but due back end of the week...      jammy sod

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That's Col, me glasses must want batteries or summat, didn't read it properly....thumbsdown

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Col

 

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22 minutes ago, AfferGorritt said:

Where's Ben? Can't see he's posted in a week or more. If you're reading, hope you're alright!

Cherchez la femme! Ben doesn't need to leave the UK to do that! ;)

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A disturbed night, by having to get up for the toilet at 5 this morning, but it was beautiful to hear that Dawn Chorus Orchestra just warming up in the trees in the garden. Glorious blue skies today, and wallowing in caffeine on the patio. Superb. :tanning:

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Lovely day yesterday down by the river at The Ferryboat at Stoke Bardolph for a family gathering . 17 of us in all . 

Nearly didn't make it on time as the A46 northbound was closed due to accident and had to exit off onto the Melton Mowbray road . 

Didn't expect to be going by Trent Bridge cricket ground on a busy Saturday morning but crossed the river over the old railway bridge and made it to Stoke B with 5 mins to spare .

 

Last time I went through Stoke Bardolph village must have been over 40 years ago and had forgotten how nice it was.

Been to the Ferryboat a few times in the last few years but always approached from the Burton Joyce end.

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I was stuck in that traffic,about ten cars behind the accident,sat there not moving for an hour before plod decided to let us all turn around and go back the way we came until that first bridge that leads to Allsops scrap yard, I took a left on the bridge and ended up going through Melton and Grantham to get on the A1 back towards Coddington,  three and a half hours to do a forty five minute trip, alright though somw lovely scenery around there, Please you enjoyed your day David and got to the venue on time

 

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Being stuck in a queue drives me to distraction so much so I flatly refuse to drive anywhere Friday afternoon from about 2:30. I try my best to remember it may be some poor sod in a tangled wreck but it's difficult at times when it takes an hour deciding to divert traffic.

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