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    Aye very nice here as well. Was very chilly through the night lovely moon in the sky though. One of these days ill remember to take my phone with me when im looking round see some great things. Last night had a young stag with impressive horns stood watching me on other side of fence not a care in the world.

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    Warm enough to get my shirt off in the garden today. Not a pretty sight but helps to top up my Vitamin-D.

    Looking forward to the massive 'pink' moon tonight.

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    Pink Moon - that's a title by Nick Drake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigmy Pony View Post
    Is that another typo? Do you mean jack-off all trades?
    you are the man
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    oooooo pink moon will get some pics of that hopefully through the night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorps View Post
    oooooo pink moon will get some pics of that hopefully through the night.
    I think the pink bit refers to some sort of plant in the colonies (USA)
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    aye is not pink at mo. Wouldnt say it was massive either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorps View Post
    aye is not pink at mo. Wouldnt say it was massive either.
    Yes. I took a good look, couldn't see anything out of the ordinary for a full moon. Maybe we're missing something!
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    were some very strange what i can only call vapour trails. lass who was looking round with me at the time took a photo ill get her to send me it tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorps View Post
    were some very strange what i can only call vapour trails. lass who was looking round with me at the time took a photo ill get her to send me it tomorrow.
    You get pretty visible vapour trails at night (not that there's much air traffic now) and linear cloud formations, well illuminated by moonlight.
    "when common sense, logic and plausibility are excluded. All that remain are foolishness and lies"

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