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Duophonic
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That sucks Skips.

Mind you stay in one piece, Baar.

I hope everyone is safe and warm in this weather. Mr D doesn't use bin bags for our recycling so of course earlier today I'm running around the garden retrieving the entire contents of our big blue bin. I'm too embarrassed to knock on my neighbour's door to ask if I can retrieve two pepsi cans and a cardboard container. I'm sure they'll discover them at some point.
BRING ON THE TRUMPETS!

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Skips, that’s so shit, I’m sorry.

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Not to give false hope, Skips, but we had water come in like that during an extreme storm in our last house and it never did it again. We put it down to ferocity of the rain + high wind + unusual wind direction.

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Same here. I hope it’s ok Skips. :turtle:

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Yes, same as Lora, skips. We had a leak through our bedroom ceiling once but it never happened again in the 5 years we lived there. I hope it doesn’t cause too much damage.

Glad you made it home, Ken.

My parents flight home from Antigua is delayed. If I were them I’d not be that unhappy, however I’m glad not to be with them they’ll be unbearable - impatient and intolerant doesn’t even come close to describing them when travelling!

We’ve sheltered from the storm at home, there are so many trees down and localised flooding so it’s not worth venturing out.

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Same. Whenever it used to shit it down a leak would appear in the bedroom but no roofer ever found the source of it.

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I hope it is easily sorted, Skips. We’ve also had water leaks in never-again-repeated spots during bad storms.

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This all very good to know. It means sleeping with a bucket in the bedroom bit hopefully it won't be too bad when everything dries out.

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I hope you get it sorted, Skips. It's a real pain when things go wrong because of weather. My sister got stranded, as the train she had booked was cancelled, even though it was showing as available for tickets on the app. Luckily, her daughter had dropped her at the station and was able to turn back and collect her.

Our wifi has gone down, taking the TV with it. I am using my phone as a hotspot, keeping my fingers crossed that the electricity isn't the next casualty of the storm.

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Topcat wrote:
Sat Feb 15, 2020 9:01 pm
Same. Whenever it used to shit it down a leak would appear in the bedroom but no roofer ever found the source of it.
That's not the same at all, you horror! :lol:

I am SO sorry for your poor parents, Beatrix. What a place to be stranded.

I have only managed to stay awake for five hours of today. It hasn't had much to its credit so I expect I'll go back to bed soon.

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