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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Leake View Post
    Or move south. It's been lovely down here too
    Not around my water pipe it hasn't.
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    What, no lagging !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandeha Lynch View Post
    What, no lagging !!
    Nah, he's using that to stop his cheesecake freezing!



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    Lets get back on Topic

    IT'S WORSE

    oh I forget it's cold, a bit wet, but these minus degree's are not tolerable

    I mean -1°C is just too cold, but at least we've had some rain here this winter, there was almost no rain at all last winter. For some reason I can't persuade the wife to live in the UK . . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Leake View Post
    Or move south.
    Which is what I did.
    <----- See my location, especially the "or" part. Less than one hundred kilometers more to the south, and I'm on African soil.

    Did I mention that I took a sun-bath every other day last week, and that what we call 'indoor plants' are growing on my patio?

    *ducks quickly*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Miller View Post
    This weather stuff is getting serious, my darkroom water supply has frozen for the first time. What’s a chap to do now? Inkjets?:o
    Well, you could take a look at Scandinavian plumbing solutions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandeha Lynch View Post
    What, no lagging !!
    There certainly is, but obviously not enough. Insufficient lagging also has the effect of slowing down the thawing process as well.
    Regards Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralf View Post
    Which is what I did.
    <----- See my location, especially the "or" part. Less than one hundred kilometers more to the south, and I'm on African soil.

    Did I mention that I took a sun-bath every other day last week, and that what we call 'indoor plants' are growing on my patio?

    *ducks quickly*
    Grrrrrrr
    Regards Dave.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uhner View Post
    Well, you could take a look at Scandinavian plumbing solutions
    Are you that far advanced.
    Regards Dave.

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    Takes me back to the winter of 62/63 and a small paraffin heater in the toilet as the only way to stop the water in the cistern freezing. Now that would have been a crisis. The best part was playing nought and crosses by scratching the ice on the inside of my bedroom window in the morning. I recall the headmaster at morning assembly asking us to feed the local bird population as it was having a hard time. We wondered what his concern was about. The local bird population in the assembly hall looked fine. Anyway we looked after them as best we could and apparently some of us even married them. Not me,. None of them would have me!

    Sorry if the story has confused the non Brits but if I were to explain the joke, it would lose its impact. Long live the Adam Faith generation.

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