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Splottboy: WTF is going on with your location???

morstarmorstar Posts: 4,192
edited August 2010 in The bottom bracket
Just got back home today and North Wales was NOT sunny!

I'm no expert or anything but I do feel qualified to judge.

Just read a post by you on another thread and spotted this terrible lie in your avatar bit.

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  • SplottboySplottboy Posts: 4,208
    I...ha ha...just switched...ho ho...the Sun Shine Machine to "WELSH ONLY".

    So, Chorley residents don't get the same deal as WE, the Chosen Ones get!

    But, the Mtn, beaches and forests make up for censored weather.

    ( PS, If you wanna join the "Club" it's £9.99 per month for English people.
    But, I can get you a discount for some sunny showers/lite winds at £5.59. )
  • morstarmorstar Posts: 4,192
    Splottboy wrote:

    But, the Mtn, beaches and forests make up for censored weather.

    No arguments there!

    Far from my first visit but I'd never previously noticed how crystal clear the water is at LLandudno on the east shore.
  • SplottboySplottboy Posts: 4,208
    Even better around the Llyn Peninsular.

    So clear in Dinas Dinlle, a few yrs back couldn't see the bloody jelly fish, just their shadows on the sand. No kidding !
  • Percy VeraPercy Vera Posts: 1,103
    My first 3 months in Bangor it rained non stop, and that is no exaggeration!
  • SplottboySplottboy Posts: 4,208
    Same thing happened to me in 95, first three months was in the mother-in-laws caravan.

    But, I've also ridden in just a short sleeve top in the middle of October, and sweaty buckets!

    Last trip to Scotland we had 13 days of rain, in August. Stopped the day we left...
    So, can happen all over the place - was scorching here this morning, 18 - 22 degrees.
  • Percy VeraPercy Vera Posts: 1,103
    Splottboy wrote:
    .....was scorching here this morning, 18 - 22 degrees.

    Yeah but what was it like outside?
    Turn your thermostat down, its the summer you know! :lol:
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