Author Topic: Along the river to Conisbrough  (Read 787 times)

Lee in Doncaster

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Along the river to Conisbrough
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #1 on: 10:09:39, 21/05/19 »
Looks nice by the water :)
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #2 on: 14:14:46, 21/05/19 »
I wonder why the cats have shrunk to 78% of their original size? Strange.
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #3 on: 18:39:21, 26/05/19 »
An interesting route. You could see a lot of cats in our garden. We started feeding some feral cats and now support a colony of nine, although one of them has become an irregular visitor. We have managed to trap seven of them with the help of Cats Protection and they have been neutered by the local vet and returned to the wild no worse for the experience. The last two are proving tricky, including the irregular visitor, but at least we caught all the females.

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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #4 on: 22:44:16, 28/05/19 »
Another nice looking walk Lee O0


Shame your mate felt a bit iffy and you got bitten though.


Me and my grandad used to sail out of Hull Marina up to Keadby... happy memories  :)
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #5 on: 07:03:42, 29/05/19 »



Me and my grandad used to sail out of Hull Marina up to Keadby... happy memories  :)


Hull to Keadby would take all day...it would be quicker to walk!
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #6 on: 22:25:30, 29/05/19 »
I seem to remember it did take all day, then we'd moor up for the night and sail back the next day.  It's just shocked me to work out this was 25 years ago now  :o
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #7 on: 08:58:43, 30/05/19 »

What a yummy pizza I thought .............................. until I read on :P .
Hope your insect bite has healed ok
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #8 on: 09:00:11, 30/05/19 »
What a yummy pizza I thought .............................. until I read on :P .
Hope your insect bite has healed ok


I don't think the pizza caused my friend to vomit...it's a long-standing medical problem he's got.
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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #9 on: 14:05:08, 30/05/19 »
I don't think the pizza caused my friend to vomit...it's a long-standing medical problem he's got.

That's a horrid condition to have to live with.
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Lee in Doncaster

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Re: Along the river to Conisbrough
« Reply #10 on: 14:25:25, 30/05/19 »
That's a horrid condition to have to live with.


I persuaded him to go to the doctor's and have blood tests done - he's waiting for the results. It happens every time he does too much exercise. He's less than half my age, and although I've got diabetes and the legacy of living with very low levels of vitamin all my life I'm in far better shape than he is.

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