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I'll let him know, I'm waiting to hear how Rosie is, he had to have Felix put down, that stray he was looking after, but Rosie now has kidney failure. She's about 16 so had a good life. Probably phone Mike over the weekend, like me he's not been well got a message from him yesterday.
Heh - you could use 'dickbrain'@... and it'd still get through to me I have a catchall account so everything goes to that, that isn't to a valid address.
Glad to hear he's still around! I'll keep my mailbox open
Shane said to say hi, he'd lost your addy so I've given him your crashfix one. I couldn't remember which one worked, gave him noel but told him to add dp to it if that didn't go through. Look out for you card tomorrow.
Hopefully, like here things have calmed down your way now. Like you we had it blowy and when you live with damn Ash trees towering over you it can get a bit scary especially when they have never been looked after so are out of control. Doesn't make things any better when you have moles and other rodents tunnelling under and around them. The wall is already collapsing around them, plus the badgers don't help digging around. Oh the joys of weather, I can tolerate any other but the wind frightens me. The bridge here over the river was closed on and off during the day.
Not too bad - very blowy, with occasional torrential rain thrown in. Tree-lined roads will be the worst areas, as there are still lots of leaves on. They closed the Flintshire bridge earlier, and put 30mph speed restrictions on the Britannia Bridge at Bangor.