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Old 20th July 2007, 10:47 AM
 
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No, don't tell me you could be wrong about that weekend of summer! We just bought a house in Hastings and I'm looking forward to sitting at our garden table and watching our fish pond for two days without a monsoon going on around me!
Ahhhh well, ummm, you never know... grab yourself some wellies/galoshes/gumboots (not sure what you guys call them!) and a big glass of Pimms! The south has better weather traditionally anyway - you'll definitely get a few nice days in, but the predictions aren't great this year.
Well done on the property purchase!

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Old 20th July 2007, 12:00 PM
 
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Just saw the weather forecast on TV. Did they really say they're expecting two months worth of rain - TODAY?!

Oh now, this really is getting to be like Seattle. I'm gettin' scared.

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eek! forecast is terrible!

According to the BBC:
"The outlook for July is also unsettled with more rain at times, the BBC Weather Centre says. Others predict the wet weather will continue into September and beyond. "

AND BEYOND!
I'm on MSN if you need moral support!

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I only have the Yahoo thing. Hubby travels a lot and we talk on Messy while he's away - like right now. California for crying out loud. Sunshine. I've heard of sunshine. It sounds bright.

I'm helping to organise a benefit for MacMillan Cancer Support in late August. I booked all the musical performers. Got a lady coming out all the way from Cincinnati. I guess I better tell her to bring a brolly.

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ales is one of the smallest and most beautiful countries in the world. The wonder of Snowdonia in North Wales, the wonderful beaches of the Gower Coast in South Wales and the quiet tranquility of Mid Wales. The people of Wales are renowned the world over as the friendliest people in the world, no exaggeration!
The capital city of Cardiff is one of the fastest growing cities in the world, vibrant,thrilling, exciting, Then you've got the nightlife, restaurants and shopping, there is no better.
If you enjoy sports or any leisure activities of any kind, and to any level, Wales can cater for it.
If you wish to purchase property the prices are so reasonable you'd be amazed.
Take a closer look and be prepared to be amazed!

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ales is one of the smallest and most beautiful countries in the world. The wonder of Snowdonia in North Wales, the wonderful beaches of the Gower Coast in South Wales and the quiet tranquility of Mid Wales. The people of Wales are renowned the world over as the friendliest people in the world, no exaggeration!
The capital city of Cardiff is one of the fastest growing cities in the world, vibrant,thrilling, exciting, Then you've got the nightlife, restaurants and shopping, there is no better.
If you enjoy sports or any leisure activities of any kind, and to any level, Wales can cater for it.
If you wish to purchase property the prices are so reasonable you'd be amazed.
Take a closer look and be prepared to be amazed!
Dean - agree, Wales is very nice - but why are you pasting this on every thread?

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mistake on my part, i think i got first user syndrom!

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I haven't visted Wales yet, but if it's worth posting its beauty repeatedly, maybe I should get myself over there!

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mistake on my part, i think i got first user syndrom!
Ah, nevermind - you'll get the hang of it. Welcome, by the way!

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