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Eeeee - takes me back- to falling out of a tree when I was about 9...


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same here its only light but its covering the footprints we had a boss day sledging again although one of my boys banged into a tree and had a nose bleed he's got two black eyes now too poor lad, :roll:


Aawww......... still, its a rite of passage! :?


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Woo hoo it's going here thank goodness :D


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I've quite enjoyed it - being able to leave work early - and it has been lovely and quiet without as much traffic - and my new wellies are BRILLIANT to walk in in the snow.......... mind you Ithe rubber fumes are really getting to me - I've had to move them across the room where hopefully they won't affect anybody! :*:


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Agree with you there about work :*: but am tired not going out for a walk roll on Spring I say :D


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i am fookin knackered now,took my eldest boy to school,the youngest smashed into a tree sledging yesterday and not feelin to clever.......then walked the dog on an epic snow bound country walk..........absolutely awesome experience for me,just me and the dog........and loads of snow........but christ my legs ache now feel like i've been to the gym

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Finally I've managed to be snowed in :D Got the car out of the garage & got completely bogged down in the wrong kind of snow!! Decided not to risk the roads, and then couldn't get the car back in! 'Neighbour Who Doesn't Like Me' came along with his lads & gave me a push (a helpful push - he didn't throw me into a drift). So, a day at home & 'Ed Reardon's Week' on the radio this morning. Luxury. I'll be bankrupt mind, as we get paid hourly. Should have crawled 2 & half miles to work on bleeding knees by rights, but as a soft citizen of 2010...I'm not going to :albino:

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Richard Hawley wrote:
my legs ache now


Get some of this on yer pins - lovely stuff! :D

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Finally I've managed to be snowed in :D Got the car out of the garage & got completely bogged down in the wrong kind of snow!! Decided not to risk the roads, and then couldn't get the car back in! 'Neighbour Who Doesn't Like Me' came along with his lads & gave me a push (a helpful push - he didn't throw me into a drift). So, a day at home & 'Ed Reardon's Week' on the radio this morning. Luxury. I'll be bankrupt mind, as we get paid hourly. Should have crawled 2 & half miles to work on bleeding knees by rights, but as a soft citizen of 2010...I'm not going to :albino:


Well done! I wondered why you were on - in daylight......... :D :wink:


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Although the smell of it may frighten the dog... :wink: Oops! We've posted together there Baroness :oops: The Deep Heat I mean :*:

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Good point, it'll make his eyes water, poor Fred! :? :*:

I withdraw my previous advice in that case - have a hot bath instead! :*:


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that........is for old people...........i have to go and get wood and coal from the ironmongers now........i fill the kids sledge up and drag it back to ours,palf helped last time but i don't think he's around i think he's hibernating.
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i couldn't find a picture of a doormouse wi a tab and a can of lager watching footy so that'll have to do

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Don't forget the Hovis! :D :*:

You want to get one of those thingys that make paper bricks for burning, could be useful in an emergency.

I'd love a real fire - and real heating -storage heaters are useless! :?


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You still have a proper ironmonger's? I'm envious 8)

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