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I have sorted the office this week and now share it with my two boys doing school work. Had to buy a decent wireless router to boost the WiFi signal.

Ordered some paint, brushes, filler and 5mtrs of sand paper to paint the windows over the next few weeks. I detest painting, so that shows how bored I'm going to get.

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21 hours ago, John FISH Curtis said:

Ordered some paint, brushes, filler and 5mtrs of sand paper to paint the windows over the next few weeks. I detest painting, so that shows how bored I'm going to get.

You must have a hell of alot of windows Fish to need that much sandpaper. Shall I come down and help - I'm sure with that many windows we can remain 6ft apart!

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1 hour ago, Clive Mattinson said:

Er, why not just do the frames, you'll use alot less paint! 🤔

ha ha, good one..

 

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Enjoy Fish 🙂

 

Well the rig's been delayed but everything else is here, delivery is scheduled now for Monday.  Build will start sometime next week.

I'm still 4 giant boxes short. My wife is one seriously unhappy bunny 🤣

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She can’t be half as unhappy as mine Jonny - front clam has been on the dining table for over 9 weeks now - ice doesn’t get any thinner than what I’m standing on 😳

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🤣 PMSL

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On 24/03/2020 at 22:51, PJT said:

Tomorrow I’m looking forward to opening and closing the fridge door.

I realise my first concern should be your Mental wellbeing but we can do later. Can we get the important stuff out of the way first. 

So... How did it go? 

 

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On my way out for an MTB ride (and to wave at the Derbyshire Constabularies drones no doubt!)

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I was out 4 days last week delivering food to the less fortunate in society. Loads of local groups being set up. It beats staring at the telly   😃  You also meet a few interesting characters from at least 2m away obviously. Jon E good chance i would be breaking into Lotus to get that car. What colour did you go for?

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So I'm off out now to the supermarket, to buy groceries for my family, for the elderly couple next door who are self-isolating and for Marie's disabled Aunty who is also self-isolating.  A perfect opportunity to use the Elise, I reckon!

Toodle-pip!

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Good of you to support your neighbors and Aunty.

We dropped freshly picked kale and salads, from our allotment to our friend/neighbor who are both self isolating.

 

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Nice one everyone.  We have bought another freezer to keep in the shed so we can store more bread, milk etc etc for our elderly neighbours, they’ve had home deliveries cancelled due to others in greater need, and it means they don’t need to go out as often, and we can reduce our shopping trips too.  The couple next door are in their 80’s with lots of health issues, fingers crossed for them.

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It's nice to help out, and no trouble at all really.  

The elise is awesome now by the way 😁 love the quick rack and uprated anti roll bar. Love the beautiful taut and rattle-free suspension. Really really love the proper Nitrons (never liked the Street Series).  Desperate to get it on track now!

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