Tuesday, February 02, 2010

A day checking for leaks

The wind and rain was lashing against Derwent6 this morning and the ice was slowly melting. We couldn't even get out of Derwent6 and the aerial had been blown round so it had lost it's signal. But hey ho we were comfortable and there was plenty to do if we really wanted to do it. We had a leak from one of the radiators but all it needed was a little pinch up on the water valve. Al cooked some gammon on the stove and the smell was just the best. We had that in the afternoon and it just melted in your mouth. The rain subsided a bit and Del managed to sort out the aerial, which allowed Al to watch a couple of films she wanted to see. The rain turned to heavy sleet by the evening and we just battened down the hatches and kept warm.

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We have just ambled back from Wetherspoons and were remembering the last lunch we had with you two.
Were your ears burning?
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Anonymous said...

whats going on with your comments??? Eco maniacs, chinese greetings and political madmen - did you cruise into a parallel universe????????????
XXXX Z

ps Al, when you get back to earth please reply to my email xxx

Del and Al said...

Sorry folks for the weirdo's....if it carries on we'll start to moderate.

Anonymous said...

Please dont call me a weirdo you have known me for over 30 years you should be used to me now :) z xxx

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