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    Exercise bicycling done, green ring closed

    Need to decide on lunch now

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      I've walked up & down stairs several times to get the blood flowing again.

      From the sounds of things next door, the emptying has finished.

      The refilling begins tomorrow.
      When the fun stops, STOP.

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        Lunch has been the last of the HPLS (ham, yellow split pea and red lentil soup) with wholemeal bread

        It's a good soup for a grey day, that; I'll make it again

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          Originally posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
          I've walked up & down stairs several times to get the blood flowing again.

          From the sounds of things next door, the emptying has finished.

          The refilling begins tomorrow.
          Any word on who (or what) will be arriving, or have they left it as a nice surprise for you?

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            I went out before lunch to do a quick prune of - ok hack - some bushes and it started spotting.

            Anyway it didn't turn into proper rain.
            "You’re just a bad memory who doesn’t know when to go away" JR

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              It continues grey here, but there doesn't seem to be any rain as such. There might have been a light shower that I missed and the breeze, which is getting up a bit, has dried it off

              The mundane laundry has been folded and put away, and now the exercise garb is getting a quick wash before it starts getting stomach-turningly smelly again

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                Visited Pegasus Bridge, Canadian War Cemetery and Arromanches (Mulberry Harbour). They died so that we may live.

                Heading towards Nantes...
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                  Originally posted by NickFitz View Post
                  Any word on who (or what) will be arriving, or have they left it as a nice surprise for you?
                  Oh, it's NAT.

                  I've got the shotgun and the .338 Lapua ready.

                  Bonfire duly vanitied.

                  Even managed to get rid of some of the pile o'tulipe that's ever growing.

                  The stuff out of the greenhouse is dry enough to burn too.

                  So I have.

                  It's still smoking away down there now.

                  Walk walked, and it didn't rain on me whilst I did it.

                  Tea: more of yesterday's roast beef, which, from the chunks I carved today, wasn't as overcooked as I'd thought.

                  The pears were stewed earlier, before the bonfire & walked walk, with custard.

                  0.91 pints of good Glengettie tea to round it all off like.

                  Entertainment: TBD. "Captain Phillips" is available if I take my life in my hands to extract it from the pile.

                  I think sommat else might make a change.

                  Originally posted by Scruff View Post
                  Visited Pegasus Bridge, Canadian War Cemetery and Arromanches (Mulberry Harbour). They died so that we may live.

                  Heading towards Nantes...
                  Gardens of Stone as someone once observed.
                  Last edited by DoctorStrangelove; 7 September 2020, 17:15.
                  When the fun stops, STOP.

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                    Originally posted by DoctorStrangelove View Post
                    Entertainment: TBD. "Captain Phillips" is available if I take my life in my hands to extract it from the pile.
                    I enjoyed that one

                    Might watch it again sometime soon, in fact; though I don't have to put myself in mortal peril to do so, which makes the decision rather easier

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                      Dinner has been more stovies,with a cheddar and parmesan topping.
                      oh, and more Rioja.
                      Ents? probably more of the village with the short life expectancy.

                      happy Monday

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