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roopoo BS: UK 'Cats: Yorkshire... (79* d) RE: BS: UK 'Cats: Yorkshire... 15 Mar 01


Brings on thoughts of a certain film from the 70s... Haddlesey crossroads would never be the same.

You would have to be very careful turning down to the Jug with your big rigs as the Reliant main dealership is on the corner (worra landmark!) and they park their stock on the forecourt.

Re Russia. My SO arrived back last night after finishing his 4 year stint out there. He said it was quite funny when it came to say goodbye, as they all just said "See you next time you're here", and there won't be a next time! He's off for a 2 and a half year stint in China on Tuesday. He got in at 8.30 last night and by 9.20 we were in the Jug. Ain't it nice to only live 5 minutes drive away?! He didn't get into dodgy Russian music, but he's been given 2 oil paintings which in my opinion are dodgy. Nothing naughty, as they're landscapes, but they remind me of those cheap garish things that Woolworths used to sell. It was bad enough when he bought one in Poland some years ago. My years at art school rear up and I have to really bite the bullet to live with these things. Anyway, the walls are full and I already have a queue of pics waiting their turn. The main problem I have at the moment is that he has arrived back with a pair of cross-country skis and I have to find somewhere to store these damn things. At the moment they're stacked up in the hall.

Andrea


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