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    likes painting
    looks after buns
    used to ride a motor bike
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  1. Note to self....I'm still about....

    1. lassie23

      lassie23

      i remember you:) spoke two years ago

  2. Yey-ah 'back in the day!' * A despatch rider mate had one of these and my ex took me out for a spin on it...my memory is pelting along what was the A6 now A50, a sweeping bend became a right angle!!!!! Cars to me are just a form of transport, even though I've been out the bike scene for nearly 20 years; riding was something else! I used to like the Yam XJ's. Last bike I had was a Suzi 500....sweet. edit* see old folks thread
  3. Don't usually come here this often, normally just look at the charts and make my own mind up.

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    2. lassie23

      lassie23

      The ecm was a joke during the winter!

    3. Daniel*

      Daniel*

      That was then :p the models are not God. Although winter as whole was a shambles and so was the models for luring us in, and being made a fool.

    4. lassie23

      lassie23

      Yes, the phantom easterlies, I remember them well!

  4. Love spring too with it's anticipation of a glorious summer with fragrent flowers, bird song, vibrantcy of colour. With summer, as mentioned before by others, the chance to 'get out there' and do stuff due to the longer daylight hours...make stuff for the garden, do my painting (I'm an artist too and only paint in natural light), feel more safe driving, health issues seasonally resolved (although I do get 'hay' fever, not as debilitating as my cold weather issues). I love thunderstorms, and find them evokative. (Sounds like I'm a lady of leisure -no - I work shifts so appreciates what time I can get outside ) But, looking at what Laserguy writes, I guess it's horses for courses. edit: My user name may suggest my preferance but 'tis a tune title.
  5. ....not long 'til solstice.... :)

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    2. Summer Sun

      Summer Sun

      I never knew that I always though it was the 21st not long at all then till the nights get longer bring it on!

    3. Milhouse

      Milhouse

      Yes quite good actually. The latest sunrise isnt until new year but that doesnt bother me that much as i'm usually still asleep

    4. Bottesford

      Bottesford

      Wish I was still asleep at sunrise... *curses fool who set me a meeting 2 hours away from here at 9am Monday morning!*

  6. ...ha ha, me exactly! And I can spot the most miniscule of spiders before others do. But why do they seem to run towards you when you scream? and do they really crawl back out of hoovers?
  7. Oh, I will add.....I can actually pick up Harvestmen and Craneflys, anything else really and am now 'used to' smaller spiders.....
  8. Actually they do bite humans; whether it's deep enough to draw blood's another thing. My nephew was only 3 when I was ...er...'training' him to 'like' spiders (he's now mid 30's). We were collecting these huge things from our rotten old wooden garage and putting them in an old aquarium when one big b'ger took his fancy. He started to keep poking it with his finger. He then yelped shaking his hand and there was a miniscule gash at the end. Obviously said spider was under severe provocation. Needless to say my plan of creating a fearless 'spidercatcher' backfired as he became scared of them too! Anyhow, here's a photo of a big b'ger from early '90's. As big as a bic!
  9. Baby toad, but can you see the newt? http://forum.netweather.tv/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/laugh.gif
  10. Awesome....saw something like this a couple of years ago on the way to work one evening. Tried to capture image on my moby. Looked like that, this thick dense even layer across the horizon, that mauvey blue grey underneath an even orangey belt......(am new here so don't know terminology etc.). Think it was located to the north.
  11. Hi...am new to this site.....been looking at the pretty colours on the GFS and wanted to understand a bit more. Got p***** off with twits at work who, when the forecaster on TV say's 'snow'...they run around like headless chickens forgetting the forecaster said 'on high ground!'...I usually have to retort 'YES...in the Pennines!'. A bit further north than where I am/we are. But I also like to keep an eye out to see if it's worth putting the buns out to grass.... (...er...that's a baby robin that somehow found it's way up into the buns cage last spring....ah...spring....)
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