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    Piddling down here today but the forecast's better for tomorrow, so hopefully...

    But then... it's the British Weather and the one thing that's predictable about British Weather is that it's unpredictable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tootler View Post
    Piddling down here today but the forecast's better for tomorrow, so hopefully...

    But then... it's the British Weather and the one thing that's predictable about British Weather is that it's unpredictable.
    Hopefully indeed!

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    An original, sans title, so I think Iíll call it Allez Les Bleues!

    Iíve just come back
    From gay Paree
    We were given a good kicking
    By the enemy.

    Lauret, Trinh-Duc,
    And Bastareaud
    Just like the Scots did
    Two weeks ago.

    Iím not complaining
    I donít despair
    But sometimes itís hard to be a fan
    Of Angleterre.

    But sometimes when things
    Donít go so well,
    At least we beat Italia
    And the Pays de Galles.


    Lauret is Wenceslas Lauret, French flanker, Trinh-Duc is FranÁois Trinh-Duc, French fly half, or five eighth I believe you call em Pa. Bastareaud is Mathieu Bastareaud, a centre built like a prop forward. It was a real team effort though. They started off a bit shaky, gave away a few penalties, but just got into their stride, and were knocking our attackers back time and time again. I always remember Mickey Skinner (English flank forward)ís ďThe TackleĒ On French flank forward Marc Cecillon during the 1991 World Cup. Well, it was like that, but time and time again and we were on the receiving end.


    Angleterre, well thatís England of course, and Pays de Galles is Wales.

    So, not the result we hoped for, but there are worse places to spend your weekend than Paris.

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    Can you imagine the amount of cotton wool I had to use as a prop to get this song done in the front garden?
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    Here's a couple of paoriginoodles from a bench in a park in Sydney.


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    Just to let people know - some terrific stuff came in on the last day of Ylle's Sea Season (no I haven't got a stutter!)
    I sure hope they get the attention they deserve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YorkSteve View Post
    I was thinking exactly the same about this one. Maybe we should all move to the same street and do this all the time?
    I would move to that street.
    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desert Pavement View Post
    I would move to that street.
    I would, too ... this could be fun!
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    We are in Virginia this week for spring break. I thought Iíd be able to do lots of songs with mountains in the background, but then it started to snow. And snow. And snow, and itís still falling by the bucketload. Luckily, Em brought her Waterman along on the trip. I canít make it sound like Ralf and Pa do, though.

    "Ah, Music. A Magic beyond all we do here!" - Albus Dumbledore.

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