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... just in the middle of making spaghetti bolognaise. Luckily the lady running the site has a back-up tank we can use until she gets a new delivery on Tuesday.
Monday 5th May
Walking: Water and wow factor
That’s it – the she wee is going. I will not subject myself to the indignity of eating lunch in my knickers waiting to my shorts to dry a second time!
We had a great walk today. The ...
... world this type is fairly uncommon, but it is increasing in popularity as demand for sheep's milk grows. Other Breeds There are some other types of sheep that are not usually kept for milk functions, but that do produce milk. Some smaller sized farms keep these types since they are good for other uses, such as gathering wool or meat, and consider the percentage of milk production to be an added bonus. Icelandic ...
... to Jenny and Steve.....and they had offered a bed!
Jenny and I worked together at Panel Systems (an insulation business) in Sheffield for 11 years, from 1984 until 1995, when I left. Mark had also worked at Panel Systems, so also knew Jenny! Jenny and Steve retired early and moved to France about 9 years ago deciding a life in France beat going to work in Sheffield! Nine years later, they decided to chase the warmth and sun ...
... we didn't have the right gas fitting) and getting the fridge to work properly (it refused to stay on gas and kept beeping annoyingly), we didn’t stray far from the camping ground for nearly 3 weeks. Our neighbour, Malcolm, in the RV lent us his gas fitting and another neighbour, Geordie, gave me directions where to go to fill up. When I left the pitch to drive off for gas, he offered to come with me and ...
... and have a more relaxed relationship with students and students are more willing to participate. But in general everyone is late for class. Typical spanish! Where as I still show up 15 minutes early for every class! That Canadian blood of mine! ...Oh! and after awhile I started taking siestas like the Spanish and eating my dinner at 10 o'clock at night like the Spanish! I guess I have become some-what like a typical Spanish!