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Old 24 May 2006, 04:24   #91
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i think you might be right unfortunatley, is rough and windy out there still, hope it settles down a bit ready for the weekend
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Old 24 May 2006, 06:13   #92
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What are you talking about - the weather is looking perfectly acceptable to me.
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If anyone is bringing a fridge - Make sure you leave room for the Magners
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we have the regular small fridge in the caravan but by the time you fill it with food there is not much space for beer and my essentials!

if any local guy has an old fridge we would use as a party fridge then bring it along as we need to keep the refreshments cool and alices soup hot
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If you go into Meva and find a fish merchant, ask for a poly salmon box full of ice. It'll cost next to nothing and last for ages.
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If you go into Meva and find a fish merchant, ask for a poly salmon box full of ice. It'll cost next to nothing and last for ages.
oohhhh Alice!
That's why you smell like that
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Roy,

The weather prediction chart you're using there looks pretty good. Which website are you getting it from and does it requires a subscription fee?

(sorry if it's been discussed before, did a quick search but couldn't find one as good)

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thats the beer and coke for my vodka sorted! how many boxes do ya think we will need!
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oohhhh Alice!
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So are you intending to show up with the 'Seat' over the weekend?
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we have the regular small fridge in the caravan but by the time you fill it with food there is not much space for beer and my essentials!
If the temperatures on Roy's forecast are right, there'll be no need to keep the food in the fridge.
As for the beer, well that's a different matter....
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