The adventures of the Crew living on Narrowboat Matilda Rose
Glad to see that you're taking your homework so seriously :-)Baxter looks good on it....Sue, nb Indigo Dream
That dog is a hard task master!Hope Ty is a bit better xx
Ty is an enigma! More blood tests to come :-(But he and Ollie are enjoying their extended holiday with Greygal (while I'm in Wales) - can't wait to see them both again!Sue, nb Indigo Dream
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Am I that scary that you had to pluck up courage!It's always nice to hear from readers
Hi Jill and Graham. Good to hear from you again after Christmas. I've been looking back through your blog and following your story! Very entertining read BUT some of your photos are missing! From May 2009 (Norfolk) to November 2012 all I can see are rectangles with a grey 'No Entry' sign instead of your lovely pictures. Any idea where they've gone? The blog is not as much fun without photos! I'll keep reading, though... promise!CheersAlistair
Blimey Alistair are you stuck in bed with flu or something? True dedication.You are the first to mention an encounter with the grey 'no entry' signs and yes, I do know why they are there.This is the closest G and I ever came to divorce!!!!!!!!!!!!!One day - when I wasn't around - G was told by Picasso (I think) that there was no more room on MY blog. So, without consultation, he decided to delete all the photos to make more space on the basis that the separate photos are backed up.There is no longer any link between those photos and the blogs grrrrrrrr Happy New Year
Oh dear! Sorry I mentioned it and reminded you of this sorry time. I will read on without photos. I'll use my imagination instead!
No need to apologise Alistair, it gave me yet ANOTHER opportunity to mention it to him and look injured (I do a great 'injured' look)!