Anson - Not there

If you look for me at The Anson today, you'll not find me, duty calls at
home, I'm afraid as the double glazing arrives on Wednesday and we've a
mound of stuff to move. Sorry to miss it, but after 37 years one learns to
detect the smell of burning martyr quite early on and I like to live in
harmony ;o))
J. Kim Siddorn,
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Kim Siddorn
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Hi Kim, I was going to go but when I went to Earlstown market yesterday to get a auto-Darken welding mask I was delighted to find a cheap one. I discovered on return to the car that the Ignition switch wouldn't accept the key. Green Flag had to bring the car back on a transporter! I am taking sedative tablets today in preparation for finding out how much it will cost to put it right tomorrow. 8^)
-- Dave Croft Warrington England
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Dave Croft
Hi Dave,
Don't worry about the car, just play with the welding mask - they're wonderful for people like me who weld fairly infrequently. I used to find that the process of nodding your head to drop the old mask usually meant I missed the weld spot altogether. Now being able to see what I'm doing I can make a decent (and pretty) weld every time (nearly). :-)
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Mark Howard
Alas, I couldn't make it either - too much work to do with the sheep :-(.
I'm sure it was an excellent do for those who got there.
Regards, Arthur G
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Arthur Griffin & Jeni Stanton
Pleased to say we made it. An extremely enjoyable, and all too brief, diversion from an otherwise unutterably foul drive back from the Lakes. ttfn
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Roland and Celia Craven

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