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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy S View Post
    From my bedroom window

    That would have been a shit stag night - they're clearly all underage...
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    It's better than what you usually pull, though!

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    Don't get many pelicans or zebra in the jungle tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    Don't get many pelicans or zebra in the jungle tho
    No roads so no need for them.
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    Although it comes from the Sanskrit jangla, meaning dry arid ground oddly, although in most areas of Asia it mean dense vegitation.
    So you would find some zebra in jangla. Lol
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    I spent most of the afternoon fitting windows in a south facing bay, but didn't get much sun - the !00 year-old avalanche of dust and crap that dropped out of the cavity onto me head proved to be a very effective sun block. I looked like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins, but without the Walpurgis accent.
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    already 13c here and to go up to 20c.. will be out on my seat watching the birds
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    18C here and rising. Will be a nice day.
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    Same here, it's expected to reach 23C.

    Did some gardening yesterday. Usually I hate gardening in general, but with the sunny weather and a little breeze blowing, it was quite enjoyable. Hell I must be getting old - I'll be making regular visits to the garden centre if I don't watch out!
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    The clincher is when you begin staring lovingly at 'comfy slippers', with velcro straps, trousers with elasticated waists, and 'extra roomy' outdoor footwear...

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