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The Story of Bottled Water



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20th Jan 2007, 22:26   | tags:,,

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MaggieD says:

I like ....

20th Jan 2007, 22:34

Dhamaka says:

me too

21st Jan 2007, 02:04

paintist says:

very nice.....is it flooded on your canal?

21st Jan 2007, 09:47

hildegard says:

Water levels are OK - the canals round here have a lot of collapsed banks & deeps anyway so there's marshy ground to flood onto.

21st Jan 2007, 12:28

paintist says:

I was in tewkesbury yesterday, and there were a lot of narrowboats stranded, the river had burst its banks (again) and the the boats were moored up in what looked like a flooded field.....and the last time it flooded around Lincoln a few narrowboats sunk because their mooring ropes had been tied too tight, and they just got pulled under as the water level rose.....

21st Jan 2007, 12:43

farmboyphil says:

Bt man coming to connect tommorow afternoon, shiney new PC arriving wed!!!

21st Jan 2007, 12:46

factotum says:

It looks very peaceful, the calm after the storms. I had much the same reaction to Nige's photo.

21st Jan 2007, 13:18

hildegard says:

It was nice being up there after the storm but I had only gone for supper & hadn't intended being there the next day at all. The wind picked up so much on Friday night that it wasn't safe to go back down the towpath; too many half-down trees & too much loose timber in the crowns, so I was trapped, & had to spend the night on the sofa sleeping under a Border Collie (see earlier post).

Phil - Woo & Yay! Trust there's an appreciable backlog of Midge pics to catch up on. :)

21st Jan 2007, 14:42

Caine says:

Fabulous! I really like this.

24th Jan 2007, 00:02