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    Shivery September

    ... tourists would be well~advised to stay away from Scotland if planning a trip this weekend. It's bloomin' and "blowing a gale" up here!!


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    Its a lot warmer here in Devon.. 26-27c during last week but more like 16c today brrrr and hail bUT we have a really dry 4 months rivers very low and as good as many years ago when we had a drought. Hope it carries on until November!
    "Nothing ventured, nothing gained"
    "It is better to have loved and lost than to never have loved at all" Lord Tenneson.


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    i asked the misses if she wanted the heating on today, she said no, its not that cold

    thou I've noticed its getting darker now when i take the dog for a walk at 5am
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    Weather here is still great but on friday it was wet and cold too, but still wearing shorts


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    Who will be the first to put on the heating?


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    I went without heating until around Xmas the other year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Who will be the first to put on the heating?
    well this is something i will not win


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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Parnham View Post
    Who will be the first to put on the heating?
    Not a chance, I will put an extra jumper on.... Was actually the first time I put my jumper on last night at work since at least March.
    My next gas bill is due end of October, so if I can last out until then it will be another cheap quarter on the next bill, around £30-£40 instead of the winter one around £250!


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    Just been to Scotland last week and its amazing!
    "Some people come into our lives, leave footprints on our hearts, and we are never the same."


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    Quote Originally Posted by joebloggs View Post
    i asked the misses if she wanted the heating on today, she said no, its not that cold

    thou I've noticed its getting darker now when i take the dog for a walk at 5am
    I asked myself the same question Joe....The answer was yes!!....it'll be on now until May, I guess.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gie View Post
    Just been to Scotland last week and its amazing!
    Especially the A74 south bound ...looks great in the rear view mirror


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    No need for heating yet on the Garden Isle that is the "Isle of Wight"
    Still sleeping with only a sheet covering in bed.
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    Last night I was shivering in bed!!. I'll put on the winter quilt this afternoon.

    Perhaps it is something to do with being 10 kilos lighter now than I was back in June. I feel better for it except, Im feeling the cold


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    Quote Originally Posted by gWaPito View Post
    Especially the A74 south bound ...looks great in the rear view mirror
    ... oi! Cheeky bugger!


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    Not too bad here today, sun shining and about 18 degrees!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    ... tourists would be well~advised to stay away from Scotland if planning a trip this weekend. It's bloomin' and "blowing a gale" up here!!
    I take it you won't be wearing a kilt then Arthur?


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    Quote Originally Posted by lordna View Post
    I take it you won't be wearing a kilt then Arthur?
    ... I have only actually ever donned a kilt on three occasions in total, i.e., for the weddings of immediate relatives. And each time, the complete ensemble was hired.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    ... I have only actually ever donned a kilt on three occasions in total, i.e., for the weddings of immediate relatives. And each time, the complete ensemble was hired.
    So are you really not a true Scot then Arthur
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    Quote Originally Posted by mickcant View Post
    So are you really not a true Scot then Arthur
    Mick.
    Nah, Mick ... 'fraid it's gettin' ower late in the year noo for that caper!


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    ... tartan "trews" Scot wid be mair appropriate at my vintage!


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