Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Too many of the threads on here are just nauseatingly saccharin sweet or just trolls fighting !
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Morning Folks. After a misty start, the sun is breaking through. Would be an ideal day for a walk, but I've got to wait in for a delivery. Grrr.. My neighbour pointed out that the sheep trough at the end of my garden was overflowing. Ball valve sticking - no problem ! Removing loads of slimey gunge from said trough wasn't a barrel of laughs. I wouldn't drink from it , so why should the sheep ? Another famous "5 minute job" runs into the buffers ! Ho-hum.
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)I'm sure the sheep will be grateful for your hard work Mike . Can't be much fun drinking yukky water !
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Good Afternoon Everyone,just back from one of the biggest Funerals I've ever attended on a bright mild Autumn day...There were Neices/Nephews from Ireland and Cumbria I hadn't seen since They were Babies,but They all knew or had heard of Their Aunty May,and I don't remember being hugged /kissed so much in a long time..it was a lovely Sermon,then We all went to Their local Hibs Club for the traditional steak Pie meal..fab'...I left before the knees-up started as is also traditional at Scots/Irish Wakes,and in the past it would normally be Me who would give a rendering of 'Danny Boy' or 'Ae Fond Kiss'...but I escaped without even a glass of sherry...aint I a good Girl
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Mike another job off your list. Abbey sorry to hear you now have the cold. Myrtle hope your cough is disappearing. May not had steak pie for ages or hot peas and vinegar. Stayed home today and went out and started tidying up the back garden.
Re: Over 50's Club Scotland (part 3)Thick fog here still. Hoping it clears soon.