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userbootbags
Posted: 4 August 2008 4:08 PM
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i haven't had much luck uploading pics, but here goes again I hope



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Posted: 4 August 2008 4:17 PM
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Done it!! Here's two more



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Posted: 4 August 2008 4:18 PM
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Last one



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Posted: 4 August 2008 4:41 PM
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Well done you got it right that time - good pictures. Carol.
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Posted: 4 August 2008 4:54 PM
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Yes super pictures, very unusual, Carol,I see you are still strolling through the Desert
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Posted: 4 August 2008 4:57 PM
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Some good ideas for buffets there. Brill.

Aww. Carol.... there's more to life than being able to put pictures on here and we all love ya honey.
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Posted: 5 August 2008 1:14 PM
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This is a very unusual picture taken this morning of my hand.

I got bitten by something when I was out walking on Sunday and my hand is now twice the size it usually is.

I went to the chemist for some cream, they sent me to the doctor's who saw me within the hour! How's that for service?



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Posted: 5 August 2008 1:45 PM
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You poor soul, that does look nasty. What on earth bit you? Hope it gets better soon. Which hand took the photo?
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Posted: 5 August 2008 2:57 PM
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Janine, that looks very sore, were you walking in Bracken ? as I have heard of a Lyme fly
which can give a nasty bite. They are really widespread on Moors. ie Dartmoor, Exmoor etc,
A lady was on tele not too long back who had a terrible reaction to the bite from this fly, Do hope it gets better soon, Ria.
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Posted: 5 August 2008 3:47 PM
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Well whatever it was that bit you, we can all be sure that it will be dead now
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Posted: 5 August 2008 3:55 PM
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Thank you girls, I'm hoping it does get better soon, it itches/hurts like billyo.

Thank you Syd - you can be sure of that

I was walking through woodland, fields and along rivers, so it could have been anything.

Best bet so far has been a horse fly ...............shut up Syd

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Posted: 5 August 2008 4:51 PM
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J9withdogs - 2008-08-05 3:55 PM Thank you girls, I'm hoping it does get better soon, it itches/hurts like billyo. Thank you Syd - you can be sure of that I was walking through woodland, fields and along rivers, so it could have been anything. Best bet so far has been a horse fly ...............shut up Syd >

there you are Syd, straight from the horse's mouth



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Posted: 5 August 2008 6:34 PM
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bootbags - 2008-08-05 1:45 PM

You poor soul, that does look nasty. What on earth bit you? Hope it gets better soon. Which hand took the photo?
Another toughie Boots. Give us a clue Janine.
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Posted: 5 August 2008 6:45 PM
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Err - the one that's not attached to my left arm?
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Posted: 5 August 2008 7:16 PM
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Hmm. The wife always gets a bad reaction, especially horseflies which have needed hospital treatment on more than one occasion. Can,t recall men suffering the same problem, at least not to the same extent, and wondering if its down to a chemical difference or something like that.
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Posted: 5 August 2008 7:26 PM
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These bites can be quite dodgy if you tend to swell up.
My wife was bitten on a finger and it quickly swelled up, and because it was on a 'ring' finger she couldn't get the ring off and the finger started to go blue.
We nipped off the A & E and they cut the ring off.

So if you do suffer from this kind of reaction - beware - and take off any rings while you still can.
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Posted: 5 August 2008 7:28 PM
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J9withdogs - 2008-08-05 6:45 PM

Err - the one that's not attached to my left arm?




I give up - what's the answer?
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Posted: 6 August 2008 4:53 PM
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I am still battling with re-sizing pictures. I now have a copy of Digital Photography for Dummies, at mmy disposal - see if I am making any headway. Here goes..



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Posted: 6 August 2008 5:28 PM
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If this is a competition can I say that the answer is

King Canute

Whats the prize
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Posted: 6 August 2008 5:48 PM
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Syd - 2008-08-06 5:28 PM

If this is a competition can I say that the answer is

King Canute

Whats the prize

No competition Syd, Canute held the water back - if it were a comp. you could have a fishing net
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Posted: 6 August 2008 8:34 PM
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As I understand it King Canute actually didn't belileve he could hold the water back, he was demonstrating to his subjects that he didn't have the power to do so .... I think!
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Posted: 6 August 2008 9:47 PM
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Mel B - 2008-08-06 8:34 PM

As I understand it King Canute actually didn't belileve he could hold the water back, he was demonstrating to his subjects that he didn't have the power to do so .... I think!


Well you got me thinking too. I hated History at school but you got me going. I just came off looking at wikepedia on the web. there are pages of info, more than I could absorb and not until almost the end did it mention the episode with the ' holding back of the sea'
It states the story is probably apocryphal and it seems when he set up his throne at the waters edge and commanded the sea not to wet his robes but had to leap back to escape the waves - thus he repented of his pride and resolved that God was the only ruler of the sea. So I have had a history lesson tonight. thank You for pointing out my lack of history knowledge - never too old to learn they say.

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Posted: 6 August 2008 10:46 PM
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Wow!!! bootbags
I feel really proud cos I started the history lessons off
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Posted: 12 August 2008 1:39 PM
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No need to know history for this one



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Posted: 12 August 2008 2:36 PM
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Is that going to be one of us at Malvern?
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Posted: 12 August 2008 6:28 PM
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Here is a bite for you!!







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Posted: 12 August 2008 6:35 PM
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ROON - 2008-08-12 2:36 PM

Is that going to be one of us at Malvern?


Well maybe - unless we can run faster than that
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Posted: 12 August 2008 6:36 PM
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maggyd - 2008-08-12 6:28 PM

Here is a bite for you!!



Wow, that looks lethal, how did that happen?
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Posted: 12 August 2008 6:44 PM
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A dog bit me at the start of our 6 week holiday we were only staying a couple of days in Holland and when we returned to our van a dog that had just arrived came straight over and started to attack my little dog I picked him up so he bit me instead. Maggy.
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Posted: 12 August 2008 6:48 PM
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Margaret, welcome home, but, that isn't a very nice souvenir to bring back with you, Poor you it looks terrible, So pleased though that you were able to enjoy your holiday, after such a bad start, good weather too. Ria.
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