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    FAO Sub

    Back in Warkworth for a week, wonderful, like being let out of jail.

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    Great stuff, but shame about this lousy weather! Let's hope that it gets better and that you can get out and about. Are you in a holiday rental?
    Might be able to pop up and say hello sometime.

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    Tomorrow biblical rain is forecast for everywhere.get the brollies out

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    alf ---it has been the snow and hailstone up here which has been the problem. Rain is fine, you just get wet!

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    Renting a house on The Butts overlooking the river, here till next Friday, we should be able to sort something out.

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    sinkov ---I shall have a look at my charity stuff and work something out between what I need to do. I shall be in touch and hope that the weather improves!

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    OK mon ami. I take your attitude to the weather, I can't do anything about it, so I don't worry about it. It can do what it wants, I'll still enjoy the holiday, if it rains a lot, I'll just spend more time in Barter Books.

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    Ah, Alnwick, one of my favourite places. How's the volunteer steam railway going on? Last time up you could ride it for about a quarter of a mile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfinyalcabo View Post
    Tomorrow biblical rain is forecast for everywhere.get the brollies out
    Certainly biblical at present here in Bolton, it's raining cats and dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kritichris View Post
    Ah, Alnwick, one of my favourite places. How's the volunteer steam railway going on? Last time up you could ride it for about a quarter of a mile.
    Don't know Chris, if it stops raining for long enough I might have a look.

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