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What made you smile today?

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An early afternoon meander through Brayton Barff, with SusiPop, Tilpix (& Tilley the dawg!).

Home cuppa tea, and an apricot pastry. Yum.

Another ramble through the woods near home. It may be rainy and grey but the trees are fabulous and I've had a lovely afternoon.

Home, feet up, cuddles from TnT 💛💚👍😀 smiling broadly.

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Lindsay @ 13/10/2019 16:32  

Finally ( well almost) reversing the quad with trailer.😊 Dog digging furiously at every opportunity.. 🐕 . and the biggest smile on my boat race when my fabulous roast dinner was put in front of me.. 🍽 🍷

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Biker lovin Blonde @ 13/10/2019 22:36  

Finding Aerosmith cd for 50p..:)>

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jinx57 @ 15/10/2019 13:47  

The thought of going to see my favourite neighbour at her fabulous therapy centre in the next village for a 'full overhaul' of my ickle feet!
😁😁😊

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Lindsay @ 16/10/2019 10:36  

Waking up at 11.15 this morning knowing I don't have work until next Wednesday.

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double six @ 16/10/2019 13:29  

Get yourself out on the bike D6, the sky is blue, fluffy clouds n sunshine. Woohoo!

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Lindsay @ 16/10/2019 14:23  

I drive for a living Linz as you know and any chance I get not to hit the road for a while is grabbed by the gonads and shaken vigorously. Might nip up to squires tonight for a brew but tomorrow I have to attend to some family business that is becoming ever more pressing.

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double six @ 16/10/2019 15:32  

Just thought you could go for a blast to kill a few hours this afternoon. It's lovely out here.

Hope family stuff gets sorted.

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Lindsay @ 16/10/2019 16:53  

Seeing that the planks that have come into London to disrupt the traffic for their little act of rebellion finding out that they don't have the support of Londoners.

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Ragnar @ 17/10/2019 11:11  

1 day n a ickle bit to go ... Getting very excited! Wandering around the house smiling to myself for the last couple of hours 😁😁

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Lindsay @ 17/10/2019 22:30  

Sunday and off to Stafford Classic Bike Show,in good company..:)>

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jinx57 @ 20/10/2019 08:10  


I notice these hypocrites don't disrupt life where they live. How many of them own and drive cars and have holidays abroad, take their kids to school in cars and how many are kids themselves that get mummy and daddy to drive them around. Best not get me started on these 2 faced prats. How dare they blame our generation , we never had all the trappings they have now, we only had basic everything, ate locally grown produce, paper bags, glass recyclable bottles, no transport, we all worked local and walked to work . Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
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Seeing that the planks that have come into London to disrupt the traffic for their little act of rebellion finding out that they don't have the support of Londoners.

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yarg @ 20/10/2019 10:47  

Glass recyclable bottles??? Luxury! We only had a 'ollowed out 'orses 'oof to drink owt o', and then it were only water from a puddle. We 'ad to get up at 5 in' morning arf an hour before we went t' bed, eet 'andful o' cold gravel and walk 20 miles t' mill. Work 27 hours a day....AND pay mill owner for permission t' come t' work. But you try telling 't kids o' today that...…..and they won't believe you!

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I notice these hypocrites don't disrupt life where they live. How many of them own and drive cars and have holidays abroad, take their kids to school in cars and how many are kids themselves that get mummy and daddy to drive them around. Best not get me started on these 2 faced prats. How dare they blame our generation , we never had all the trappings they have now, we only had basic everything, ate locally grown produce, paper bags, glass recyclable bottles, no transport, we all worked local and walked to work . Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.
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Seeing that the planks that have come into London to disrupt the traffic for their little act of rebellion finding out that they don't have the support of Londoners.


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double six @ 20/10/2019 12:23  

I,ve noticed that now I,m living in Yorkshire, and people being sliced in two wi"t bread knife for being late.

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yarg @ 20/10/2019 15:07  

Indeed, and if someone tells you where something is, but it isn't, you have to reply, ''itintintin'', failure to reply thusly will result in a severe Yorkshire pudding attack whilst in the pillory. Some of those homemade puddings can be constructed to a very high military spec you know.
BTW, telling folk that, ''this is the tin that Rintin shit in'', wont butter any parsnips either.

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double six @ 20/10/2019 15:36  

Thanks for the warning, I,ll be out on the streets tomorrow practising my Yorkshire etiquette.

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yarg @ 20/10/2019 19:42  

You had HORSES HOOVES AND KNIVES???? LUXURY!!!!!! All we had in Cumberland was sheep and whittled flints and only became Border Rievers for the warmer uniforms...pah,Southern Softies..

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jinx57 @ 22/10/2019 08:34  

Smile today? Memories of a weekend with a giddy kipper for company..:)>

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jinx57 @ 22/10/2019 08:35  

Tuesday,and the new rear shock for Marilyn arrived from Italy today,a week earlier than expected,and cost £130 less than U.K.price from Triumph specialist...chuffed..:)>

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jinx57 @ 22/10/2019 17:44  

After a 2hr night time trundle around Faskally Woods (Enchanted Forest) watching a beautiful visual display set against the backdrop of the woodland accompanied by music. Simply a fabulous out of this world experience. Then waking up to sunshine, a cuppa and a smiley face 💛♥

A lovely long weekend break.

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Lindsay @ 22/10/2019 20:17  

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