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14 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

I was, until the bastard dogs lept into my newly prepared and planted strawberry bed, and dug the buggers up.

I'm tempted to open a pop up Korean street food place.

 

:D

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It's returned. 39 fucking degrees here today on a Bank Holiday.

Can't wait to get past mid March.

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On 02/03/2019 at 20:09, Tonge moor green jacket said:

It's starting. Freya on her way.

Batten down the hatches Gonzo.

She hardly touched us!

A neighbour’s bin blew over

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5 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

She hardly touched us!

A neighbour’s bin blew over

Absolutely. I listened to several days of warnings and apart from a few hearty gusts over the space of a few hours it was uneventful.

 

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1 hour ago, boltondiver said:

She hardly touched us!

A neighbour’s bin blew over

A neighbour's been blown over, surely. :D

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12 hours ago, boltondiver said:

She hardly touched us!

A neighbour’s bin blew over

Still enough wind to fuck up the overhead wires theyve just spent 43 years installing between Bolton and Salford.

 

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27 minutes ago, stevieb said:

Still enough wind to fuck up the overhead wires theyve just spent 43 years installing between Bolton and Salford.

 

I bet the Pacer trains are chuckling.:D

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46 minutes ago, boltondiver said:

Locusts and frogs. I think that's all we've not had today. Yet.

Snow flakes earlier this morning were bigger than any I've ever seen.

Winter hill looked picture post card, but glad it didn't persist lower down.

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13 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Snow flakes earlier this morning were bigger than any I've ever seen.

Winter hill looked picture post card, but glad it didn't persist lower down.

I’ve seen some bloody big snowflakes on this forum.

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1 hour ago, miamiwhite said:

I’ve seen some bloody big snowflakes on this forum.

Quality :good:

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13 minutes ago, MancWanderer said:

Quality :good:

Just stating facts sir, as always :D

 

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Froze my knackers off today watching the Swinton V Leigh game in Sale.

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1 hour ago, boltondiver said:

Thunder and lightning now

 

full house

Just made it's way to Manc. Tremendous

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22 hours ago, boltondiver said:

Thunder and lightning now

 

full house

She was out with the dogs in that. Oh how I smiled when I saw the horizontal white stuff and the crashing and banging.😁😁

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50 minutes ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

She was out with the dogs in that. Oh how I smiled when I saw the horizontal white stuff and the crashing and banging.😁😁

I was just coming off the M61 en route to Ask Italian at Middlebrook and the entire sky just went bright purple for a split second, fucking shit myself. Then came the hailstone!

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4 minutes ago, Leyther_Matt said:

I was just coming off the M61 en route to Ask Italian at Middlebrook and the entire sky just went bright purple for a split second, fucking shit myself. Then came the hailstone!

Did it emanate from the uniBolt? :)

(Ken venting his frustration).

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Storm Gareth on its way

Can’t say I’m looking forward to driving back from Glasgow tomorrow afternoon

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Now that’s some wind. Fookin ell

Average 65-70 here now with 90 gusts. 

Sounds like a fuckin tornado.

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Got in a bit earlier from Glasgow. That's the worst I've known driving over Shap summit. Fook me how some of those wagon drivers managed to stay on the road coming down past Tebay is beyond me. Full credit to them. Their trailers were really wobbling. Worst bit was that section of the M6 passing Morecambe Bay where it's open all the way across to the sea - convinced that gonzo, you will end up on the Yellow Brick Road in Kansas mate

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Well, that's my fence gone.

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13 hours ago, MancWanderer said:

Got in a bit earlier from Glasgow. That's the worst I've known driving over Shap summit. Fook me how some of those wagon drivers managed to stay on the road coming down past Tebay is beyond me. Full credit to them. Their trailers were really wobbling. Worst bit was that section of the M6 passing Morecambe Bay where it's open all the way across to the sea - convinced that gonzo, you will end up on the Yellow Brick Road in Kansas mate

Just braved a 4 story Block if flats east facing thinking I might be alright. Nearly lost an arm socket and a £1300 pole.

Thats the last time you’ll see that fucker off the van today :D

 

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2 minutes ago, gonzo said:

 Nearly lost a £1300 pole.

Can he play upfront?

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