What are you doing today?

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We are outside the country bumpkin border and stopped for coffee somewhere by Brive. Mysty got beeped at for not going fast enough here :lol:

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Just made an offer to buy a barn before the sun has completely gone down, not much to see in the barn so i watched the pretty sunset whilst mysty shone a torch about. :P we know how to have fun on a Saturday night.

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Gardengirl wrote:
Thu Nov 01, 2018 8:30 pm
Not the best of days.

It was confirmed that my hysband has squamous cell carcinoma on his scalp.

He is to have an operation and plastic surgery at the John Radcliffe hospital at Oxford in 2-3 weeks, with a pre-op visit there too, when it will be checked that his heart is OK for the op. If not, he will have radiotherapy instead.

We’re both very relieved that it will be done soon, but not the best of days.
Sorry to hear that
Same old nonsense.

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Clear blue sky in the correze want to be 17 degrees later.
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Thank you, Flaneur.

We’re having a family get-together today to celebrate the birthdays of our 4 year old granddaughter and our elder son, meeting together at a country pub with good home-cooked food, Brakspears beer and a good playground for the little ones. Really looking forward to the family being together today.

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Watching on F3 the start of Route du Rhum.
Have sailed loved it all my life but these people are totally mad.

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After the Storm wrote:
Sat Nov 03, 2018 6:09 pm
Just made an offer to buy a barn before the sun has completely gone down, not much to see in the barn so i watched the pretty sunset whilst mysty shone a torch about. :P we know how to have fun on a Saturday night.
Each to their own as my Gran used to say :lol: :lol:
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Still getting the bananas out.

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Back in the Limousin after a lot of driving.
We were meant to have viewed four properties two had gone one was too bad for us but found a nice barn with 7 hectares of flat land for not a lot of money.
It's got a bulge in one wall but an easy fix.
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mysty wrote:
Sun Nov 04, 2018 6:22 pm
Back in the Limousin after a lot of driving.
We were meant to have viewed four properties two had gone one was too bad for us but found a nice barn with 7 hectares of flat land for not a lot of money.
It's got a bulge in one wall but an easy fix.
Foam, trim & crepi it, good as :D

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