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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mr_munch Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 11/January/2007 at 17:34
Yeah Bobster
I also have a fence panel that has moved in next door but as it landed on my heighbours pond it did shelter his fish till I moved it this morning.

Oh to be back at Albufeira!!!!!
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Noticed that a neighbour pegged some washing out in that gale force wind yesterday.  I can see one of her blouses now, it's in a large tree that is planted alongside the main London to Glasgow train line - not worth electrocution or a £100 fine to try to retrieve it is it?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Sagres Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/January/2007 at 13:38
It's not the "slates loose" brigade I'm worrying about now. - We've got a "washing line voyeur" as well !!What's this-the Care in the community website ??LOLLOL
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Bobster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/January/2007 at 13:56
Hadn't thought of it like that!!  Hmmm!!  No actually, the reason that I could see her pegging out the washing is, normally there is a 'full' fence in between our houses.  Due to two of my fence panels coming adrift it was dificult not to notice what the neighbours were up to!!  That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!!
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ClapClap..what a cracking excuse off the cuff - brilliant !!LOL

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No mention of binoculas?
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I had to scrape the snow off my car to go to work this morning - can't be doing with snow - too cold - too slippery - bah humbug!! I don't know what I dislike the most, the 90 mph gales we had last Thursday or the wintery snowy stuff that we had yesterday - stroll on summer!!  Ho hum!!Unhappy 
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No point in talking about snow on a Portuguese forum-they won't know what you're talking about unless they have relatives in Foia at the top of the Monchique !!Smile
Oh,how I wish I was as lucky as  them !!Smile
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Been raining hard here today - heavy showers and I just avoided getting soaked on the way to the shops this morning. Temperature has dropped a few degrees since Sunday.

Sky seems to be clearing now.

Don't forget it snowed just north of here last February!

Can't imagine why I moved here - one of my friends in UK lost his greenhouse last Thursday and another his fence. All that is behind me until the next tropical storm!
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Cold here in the North West today.
I had to snap a dog off a lamp post on my way to work.Wink
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         I checked the webcam at Praia da Luz this afternoon and,although it was sunny and people were sitting outside drinking,it certainly looked as if it had been raining hard as the promenade looked soaked.Difference there is,of course,that, ten minutes after the rain,the suncomes out and everywhere is dry within minutes.Over here,once the rain starts it tends to drag on for days!
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I can't understand it - today, it hasn't rained, there isn't a force 10 gale blowing, my car wasn't covered in frost, and, NO SNOW!! What's happening to the weather here in the North West?  Completely stunned I can tell you!!
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Woke up in Kent this morning to the sound of car windscreens being scraped. Bright blue skies but brrrrr....

Off to pub and football shortly, well wrapped up.
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         You can't complain-you've chosen to leave the Algarve for the U. K. - some of us are stuck with this climate for 46 weeks of the year !!Big%20smile
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Only temporarily! Freezing cold this morning also and cloudy.
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