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Feeling rather chilly and wondering why the central heating boiler won’t work.

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Morning out at a market dep 19 in Ussel, this afternoon been cutting up trees.
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Went out to the supermarket in my new 4 wheel drive (okay so Mr B pushed it). Off to a barbie this evening - socialising hurray :good: :good: :good:
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bubbles1 wrote:
Sat Apr 20, 2019 5:32 pm
Off to a barbie this evening
The misery in the corner will be jsks :lol:

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Doing an impression of John Cleese and a mini ...... with more f***s c***s and bastards. Mower still persecuting me - I will now wait patiently for a new carb or a man who knows what he's doing. Either way beating the crap out of the mower and shouting at it didn't work either.

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chrisell wrote:
Sat Apr 20, 2019 7:59 pm
Doing an impression of John Cleese and a mini ...... with more f***s c***s and bastards. Mower still persecuting me - I will now wait patiently for a new carb or a man who knows what he's doing. Either way beating the crap out of the mower and shouting at it didn't work either.
Mind your f*****g language please. There are kids on this forum.

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We have Dutch out this morning to view an old barn with a lot of land.
First viewing for ages
Easter weekend we used to have loads of Brits out house hunting.
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Spotty wrote:
Sat Apr 20, 2019 7:38 pm
bubbles1 wrote:
Sat Apr 20, 2019 5:32 pm
Off to a barbie this evening
The misery in the corner will be jsks :lol:
While everybody else enjoys the spit-roast.

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As little as possible :D
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mysty wrote:
Sun Apr 21, 2019 7:21 am
We have Dutch out this morning to view an old barn with a lot of land.
First viewing for ages
Easter weekend we used to have loads of Brits out house hunting.
Always been at 100% occupancy at Easter 100% Brits and always at high season rates, this year the writing was on the wall, kept to standard rates which are already reduced from previous years, not one single UK booking, in fact I did not even know it was Easter weekend without the usual full weekend occupancy and loads of phone calls,

75% occupancy 100% French and one of those is a no show.

The hôtels and the Brit B&B's must be really suffering.

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