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lulu57

Very silly photos

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We had a lot of fun trying to get all the air out of the tent - Ian was very thorough about it!

As for the other two pics...well, it's a sin to waste a single drop of champagne...:)

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I don't see a picture of a telescope anywhere - are you sure these aren't pictures of a camping holiday? :)

Edited by UTMonkey

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We're going camping again very shortly...Ian will have to practise his sky-diving positions...one thousand, two thousand...:):(

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I'd like to say nothing, but if I make two more posts, I'll become a Brown Dwarf. I wonder what that will feel like? I think I feel a metamorphosis coming on...:)

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That should do it! :)

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Congrats on you "promotion" :)

Are you both still heading for the "Gower" ? when you reply you will temporarily become a space oddessy...

Peter...

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Nicholaston Farm this weekend.

Space Oddity maybe...?

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Bundle. Thats what we used to say at school and then everybody jumps on top.

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Sounds like a Pile-On, mate!

Ouch - those used to hurt! :):icon_eek:

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Hope the weathers good do you can enjoy the "delights" of the Gower Peninsula :)

Definitely worth taking in the whole peninsula as the North and South sides are radically different...

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I know there are some stunning beaches on the South and West coast - does the North coast have more cliffs? I suppose that would make it better for viewing.

The current forecast for Thursday and Friday says there will be light rain and cloud, but it said that about SGL6 too, so I'm taking no notice! :)

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Im off to Rhossilly on the 29th have good one Lu..............kev

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North Gower is "mudflats"...

South is beaches and cliffs...

Lazy viewing Southgate (Pennard) Carpark... Better Viewing but with a walk for peace and quiet Rhossili cliftops overlooking Worms Head... good 360 panoramas from Cefn Bryn - head for Reynoldston

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Ta for the tips! :)

Will try my best to have a good time, Kev! :(

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Oooh I've heard about that. Know any local suppliers?

And if there's a saltmarsh - doesn't that mean wild samphire? I'd like to pick some of that.

(OMG - earworm has started - "Psychobilly - qu'est-ce que c'est? F-f-f-far better to run-run-run awaaaaaaaay...")

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The saltmarshes can be very dangerous there are deep channels that flood quickly we get very big tides i will find out where you can get the lamb

Billy on the San Fran

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The saltmarshes can be very dangerous there are deep channels that flood quickly

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I've nibbled raw samphire - and I'd like to try it sauteed - but I don't want to sink for it! :)

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Saltmarsh lamb is only available July to December...

You will be around during a period of decreasing low tides...

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