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almac68

Member since Sep 2008 • Last active Jun 2021

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    Come on Scotland, time to bury these fazarts

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    hey @Fatberg @King_Saxlingham thanks for your best wishes. my grip is coming back post collision 12 months on., also I can't ride my bike for too long without it aching. I will try and feel my way back with my guitar though, cheers

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    I think the whole of Wales were holding their breaths for the last 20 minutes, great result though, epic defending to keep clean sheet

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    sad reading
    Rest in Peace lady.
    My thoughts and prayers
    are with her family

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    I can’t see Germany doing well in this competition based on that performance. France looked well organised though.

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    @fatberg its great that your daughter wants to play guitar, i'm sure between you and your missus your daughter will get to into playing real soon. i have been mega slack picking up my relic, since bike collision last year when i lost grip in my left hand. Its back to square one on the fender app for me.

    I saw and listened to these Stratocaster Exotics on a fender email and thought wow.. £2.5K a piece

    It's like buying 2 guitars in 1 and paying the price of 3

    https://youtu.be/1Phj7I3tPtY

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    @inchpincher
    we had canna at the formerly matrimonial home..

    i was a sucker for borders filled with hot colours, from memory we also had. red hot pokers, bishop of llandaff dahlias, castor oil plants, sunflowers, red bananas, foxtail lillies, hostas even bird of paradise in pots, which we brought in during winter. i suppose the warning is this that it can become addictive, that kind of floral display. Labour intensive to maintain, not cheap, looked exotic though. on my trips to Colombia is recent years it was all of that and more except everything grew four times quicker constant mild spring like conditions.

    /csb.

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    Got loads of mature herbs, few types of lavender, few types of sage, massive rosemary bush. We've got Lilac, a great Acer, peonies, alliums, loads of stuff I don't know the name of yet! 🤷🏼♀️

    you make it look so effortless @Cazakstan what joy, thanks for sharing. It’s good to inherit an established garden, but don’t be afraid to add new stuff in future seasons, whether it’s traditional or a modern twist.

    This thread just keeps giving

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    Finally finished Oliver Stone’s chasing the light. A great insight to his life and experiences with Midnight Express, Platoon, El Salvador.

    Just started Maya Angelou - I know why caged birds sing

    If anyone can recommend a good read around indigenous people I want to collect a bunch of stories from across the globe.

    Polynesian
    Australian
    African
    South American
    North American

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