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Jun-17-2005 @ 8:28 AM                           Permalink
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Well there would not have been running hot and cold in those day so I'm not so sure Scared

I could have sworn the book said turn right at the yellow marker at Yarmouth. I think that was coming the other way! Bill...

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She could always come to see my farmer's !

Will you please send a man to look at my water, it is a funny colour and not fit to drink.

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poppy please

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Now now Poppy,although actually Anglian Water are cleaning all our Pipes on Monday and have warned of strange coloured 'emissions'

Well you said, "Aim for the green post!" Bill...

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Richard
Kingfisher are about and are fantastic. Bank holiday weekend we even saw an Owl. The young geese, ducks, coots, swans always bring out the oowwss and aaaahhs. We have our family of Egyptian geesse back again, this year with 5 young at the moment. I even forgive them the mountain of pooh they leave by the boat. Playful Wink  Whatever else she should appreciate the natural beauty of the broads. The wildlife at the site meeting may however be just a bit much to take  Evil Grin

John

Kind regards, John & Jo.

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It would seem that there are good numbers of swallowtails about this year the Ted Ellis trust it seems has a lot more than usual so I suspect that surlingham has quite a few would mean mooring somewhere like Surlingham Ferry House to make an easy walk and I suspose someone would have to stay behind and mind the boat. Quite what they might do whilst the others enjoyed themselves I'm not really sure Playful

Well you said, "Aim for the green post!" Bill...

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I'm sure that Nita will appreciate that you have pointed out that she is the "oldest", Richard.  Being as it's true! I think she'll be more interested in the pubs than the grubs.

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You're suggesting that the Kingfisher (Stalham), Grebe (Stalham), Swan (Horning), Fur & Feaather (Woodbastwick) will capture her interest more than the real thing?

BOF - Clive

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I do believe that is exactly what I'm saying...lol

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Well, it is true, I am older than Bonnie by a "few" months, however I don't look it!

the results are in!  I'm headed to the Broads and all it's trappings!  Including pubs, grubs, and "friends".

I too will have my picture taken on the Broads and have it updated to my profile here  on the message board.  I'm really not that "young" girl in the cap and gown graduating from high school!

Looking forward to meeting all of you. From the great and wet state of Oregon..  ciao!  Nita

Ciao, Nita

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Welcome to the nuthouse, nita!

Cheers

John

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I'm honored to be part of the nut house!  We'll see if it really is that nutty!

This time next week, I'll be on the Broads!  WOW!

See you then.  Nita

Ciao, Nita

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