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The Sheep Chronicles : Chapter 5: Woolney. A pastoral corner of the Wisbleat and Upwool.......The Sheep goes East. These are the continuing adventures of Norman Lockhart, connoisseur of traditional British breakfasts and well filled baps.


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7 hours ago, MrWolf said:

Well, that all got a bit weird. Was it something I said?

 

Hmmmm! Must have been that Lymeswold I ate left over from Christmas... 

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15 minutes ago, MrWolf said:

 

And?

 

Such as?

 

I'm torn between 

a. "Greenery" and 

b. "14'x1'"

 

On the plus side you didn't mention "sausages" or "Horrocksford"

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You had me worried that I had actually said something that hit a genuine raw nerve you nut! :D

 

Horrocksford sounds like some hellish dull Suffolk town like where my other half's ex came from.

 

I don't bother with sausages, bacon is our poison, aforementioned other half is a lapsed vegetarian. She says it was bacon that brought her back.

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On 02/01/2021 at 12:56, NHY 581 said:

Reflecting on the fact that by now, I would be going like the clappers trying to finish whatever it was I was taking to Pontcanna.......

 

 

GS

Hmm, reading that brings back memories of black paint! :scratchhead:

 

Lesson learnt!

 

Such a shame that this year's show was cancelled, but it was obviously the right decision.

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9 hours ago, MrWolf said:

 

 

I don't bother with sausages, bacon is our poison, aforementioned other half is a lapsed vegetarian. She says it was bacon that brought her back.

Hi,

I was once that rare beast, a vegetarian butcher!  It lasted all of three years before the lure of grilling crispy bacon grabbed me and never let go!

 

Roja

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11 hours ago, 2ManySpams said:

On the plus side you didn't mention "sausages" or "Horrocksford"

And why would he?

 

Why would anyone in their right mind do that?

 

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Very sorry indeed to read that, Rob. I can only imagine how you must be feeling. I hope that your family have not suffered as well, and that your recovery continues apace. Thoughts are with you.

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Wishing you a speedy recovery Rob!

I know so many people that have had Covid now - some have faired better than others ranging from hospitalised to very ill at home and all have said it’s the worse thing they’ve had and nothing like flu. 
 Be sure to look after yourself over the coming weeks. 
Jay

 

 

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Great to hear ewe are on the mend SheepBloke. Is there some sort of medicated dip they could dunk your fleece in?

 

Keep safe old fruit.

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Really sorry to hear this Rob, all the best for a speedy - and permanent - recovery.

 

It just shows how virulent this is at the moment, I'm sure your colleagues were making every effort to protect themselves, and they still got it, and passed it to you.

 

It's nasty, and those that try to downplay the effects are criminally stupid.

 

Al.

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You'll get through Rob just look after yourself and take life easy for a while.

 

All the very best mate.

 

G

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Really sorry to hear that Rob, best wishes for a speedy recovery. I will second the thoughts expressed about the doubters, we both had something last February that hung around for us both for nearly three weeks. Next thing we know it's a complete lockdown.

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Sorry to hear you've been through this Rob.

 

An awful experience and thank goodness you're on the mend. 

 

Here's to feeling ready for some Sheeptastic modelling soon... 

 

Mark

 

 

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