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Oh, that has pleased me greatly. Atora on order! :D :D :D

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Veem wrote:
Sun Mar 21, 2021 10:17 am
Oh, that has pleased me greatly. Atora on order! :D :D :D
Looks like nearly 3 times the UK price plus carriage but when the call is " Oggie, Oggie, Oggie" :)
Edit.
Just looked closer at Amazon FR site & it would appear that the sellers are UK companies.
If that's the case it'll be interesting to see if they'll now deliver here & if the fact it's a meat product will have any affect.
Keep us informed V.

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It's been years since I've had a pasty made with suet pastry. Yummy. The ones I get are ordinary flour & butter and the Mrs. is a West Country girl. I dare not mention it.

Supplies of decent tea bags are getting difficult these days. Our usual suppliers have taken them off their list and alternatives are pushing their prices up steeply. I don't get it. No meat or dairy ingredients in tea that I know of. :roll:

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There is a vegetable variation of Atora. https://tinyurl.com/m82rzezm. However, Anne has tried it and said, "Never again."
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Well the headline certainly has made me laugh :lol: what is a hog whimpering pheasant bagger? :lol:

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Just been talking to the guys digging a trench down the edge of our road & it appears we're getting fibre optic internet :D

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Got myself a lightweight battery lawnedger/strimmer that unlike our other beast you don’t have to be Geoff Capes to operate. Very happy with it, only 2 daffs beheaded so far......

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Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:36 pm
Just been talking to the guys digging a trench down the edge of our road & it appears we're getting fibre optic internet :D
That somewhat trumps being able to order Atora online ............... :shock:

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Veem wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 3:02 pm
whyme? wrote:
Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:36 pm
Just been talking to the guys digging a trench down the edge of our road & it appears we're getting fibre optic internet :D
That somewhat trumps being able to order Atora online ............... :shock:
Yeah, & when it's finally done I'll be able to order it 50 times as fast. :D

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I wonder which will cost you more. The Atora or the fibre upgrade. :lol:

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