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    Lol good idea. Would my local garden centre stock it?

    Get the smell of it wafting up from somewhere anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    the local bike?
    Crap weather for June or her mates whoever they might be

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    You want to get some ganja on the go in those window boxes. Going to waste, they are.
    Defo today's top recco! Well suggested, that man

    Got some primo seeds in at the mo, if you need any...

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    Lol - I meant for the window box

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    Today's morning was really lovely but now I'm seeing some very picturesque dark clouds out of my office window.

    I only hope there would be no hail like yesterday!

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    It's been raining heavily none-stop here for the last 27 hours. And it's still going. You have these people going on about how water is a precious resource. We should all be millionaires round here then if that's true.
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    Been nice and sunny here today but just not hot enough for me...
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    Been raining solidly for the last three days more or less, we had the woodburner on last night and the central heating for an hour.
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    Wood burner? No, it's not that cold... Ours has been retired for the winter since the beginning of May.

    As long as it's 14-15C indoors, we don't need any heating on, which indeed has been the case, although we give the central heating a blast first thing in the morning, just to take a slight chill out the air, then the house is fine for the rest of the day.

    Anyway, after nearly 3 days of continually heavy rain (there's been lots of flooding in Wrexham, but we live at the top of a hill), it's much drier this morning, still raining but no where near as heavy, and the sky is brighter, so I think better weather is on the way, but not expecting much in that respect until Sunday!

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