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Stanley
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Posted -  28/12/2010  :  04:59
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Stanley Challenger Graham




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Bradders
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Posted - 19/10/2011 : 22:38


quote:
"hubby says it is vest time now!!"......steady there .... this is a Family Show, after all  !



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Sunray10
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Posted - 19/10/2011 : 22:46
Time to get those thermals out or are they called 'grandad undies' ? Ha ha.Wink


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 20/10/2011 : 04:42
In that case Jules, I shall be the height of fashion. Hubby is right Moh, I put my dinglet back on a couple oif weeks ago after the warm spell. Ray, no they are just sensible things to wear when weather gets very cold. I reserve Damart until the weather gets really bad.

Clear cold and crisp this morning. Brilliant stars.  Glass is almost at 29.5".


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wendyf
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Posted - 20/10/2011 : 07:28
Glad to hear about the dinglet Stanley......


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Another
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Posted - 20/10/2011 : 09:01
Frost on car this morning. Nolic


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Sunray10
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Posted - 20/10/2011 : 23:50
Stanley, can you explain to me what a 'dinglet' is please. I've heard of dongels but never dinglets !?ya-hoo


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Stanley
Local Historian & Old Fart


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Posted - 21/10/2011 : 04:58
All right you lot, don't mock the afflicted! It's the mild dyslexia kicking in again. KO? Mind you it's a good word, two singlets worn for added insulation?

Glass going up and down like a yo-yo. 29.4" this morning and forecast is for gales and rain over the weekend. It's almost dry at the moment but spits of rain on the wind, could be good Shed weather!


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marilyn
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Posted - 21/10/2011 : 05:43
Slightly overcast, but not cold. Good weather for doing a quick tidy of the garden. A hot day, followed by rain earlier in the week sparked off the 'black spot' on my roses, so I have been picking afflicted leaves off. Hate black spot. It is a virus that thrives in warm, damp conditions. I only have to hear the weather report and I know it will be back. Have tried sprays etc, but physically taking off the leaves  and removing them to the rubbish (instead of just pulling them off and letting them fall to the ground) works better, I think.
Apart from the black spot, garden is looking good.
A mad-keen-gardening-friend called in yesterday and was baffled (and slightly jealous I think) that my garden is looking better than his. He moaned that he puts hours of work into his garden....well so do I...but I don't see it as a chore. I lose all track of time when I am out there...


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Stanley
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Posted - 21/10/2011 : 06:31
Maz, Black Spot on roses was never a problem in the old days when there was a high level of pollution in the air. It gained ground here after the Clean Air Acts and caught the gardeners by surprise. Many people who clean stone buildings are slightly disconcerted when they gradually go green due to a sort of lichen that grows on them. Never a problem when the air was heavily contaminated with Sulphur and other chemicals.

I know what you mean by losing track of time, that's what happens to me in the Shed. Time flies.


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Stanley
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Posted - 22/10/2011 : 06:05
Clear and cold at the moment. Glass falls to 29.1" Looks as though the west side of the country could get some wind and rain. Barlick often misses this weather as we are on the cusp up here.


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marilyn
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Posted - 22/10/2011 : 07:22
No need for vests here. Time to dig out the shorts and sun block.


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moh
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6860 Posts
Posted - 22/10/2011 : 11:35
After a dull start it has turned into a nice sunny day.


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Stanley
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Posted - 23/10/2011 : 04:42
Nice afternoon in Barlick. This morning is surprisingly dry, warm and breezy. Glass dropped to 28.7" Gales and rain forecast for NW but sometimes we miss them when there is an east/west split in the weather as there is today. We shall see....


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moh
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Posted - 23/10/2011 : 10:05
Turning into another lovely sunny day with quite a breeze.


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marilyn
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Posted - 24/10/2011 : 05:18
Warm but  heavily overcast. It has been threatening to rain for the past 12 hours, but nothing so far. It is like living in the twighlight zone.


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