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Post by debbie on Thu 8 Dec 2016 - 13:56

Yesterday I went for an afternoon drive to Glencaple, just south of Dumfries, to get out for a few hours, When I set off, it was overcast but dry. By the time I arrived, the rain was horizontal and when I parked, the van was sort of bouncing about a little. So I had my Carrot and Coriander soup, courtesy of Mr Heinz. I had planned to to take one or two pictures, but I think if I had opened the door, it would have been ripped off and gone kiteing with me still attached, so then I had a slow drive home via the back roads. Despite the awful conditions I still enjoyed being out in the van and looking forward to spending Christmas with my friend.
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Re: Half day out.

Post by whistlinggypsy on Thu 8 Dec 2016 - 13:58

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Happy Christmas n New Year Debbie, see you sometime in 2017.
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Post by debbie on Thu 8 Dec 2016 - 14:45

Thanks Bob, and may I wish you and Barbara, seasons greetings and the very best for the new year

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Re: Half day out.

Post by Polly on Thu 8 Dec 2016 - 15:52

Hia

went out for our usual walk today with Izzy well the drizzle but it wasn't drizzle came down wetting the pair of us then the wind came as well.we definatly wasn't amused and upted our speed we nearly speed walked.
why does it start when you are half way round

I am on my new laptop not an Apple this time so my first typing

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