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Somerset hols in August

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lynn83

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Somerset hols in August

Post by lynn83 on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 2:47 pm

We had a great holiday in Somerset, the dandy was brilliant, our first time out in her. Just had one hiccup, thought we had a puncture but it was the hub that was cracked.
Anyhow here are some pics
Kilve beach, looking for fossils
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One of the many thatched cottages
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Cheddar gorge
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Our dandy

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Helen
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Helen on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 2:50 pm

Oh how lovely, looks wonderful and the Dandy looks great too Very Happy
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mike
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by mike on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 2:58 pm

Kilve beach, looking for fossils


Lovely pictures wish i had been there then you would have found at least one fossil Very Happy
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lynn83

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by lynn83 on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 3:01 pm

Thank you

Laughing Laughing Mike, did find some but had to keep telling hubby to keep moving Twisted Evil
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Eilis
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Eilis on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 3:13 pm

looks amazing, i remember going fossil hunting as a child, haven't done that in years

tell me, is the gate on the dandy for a child, dog or your hubby lol
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lynn83

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by lynn83 on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 4:55 pm

It's for our dog Barney, unfortunately wouldn't keep hubby out Laughing He has a line for outside but most of the time he came inside anyway.
Here he is, worn out from one of our days out
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Eilis
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Eilis on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 4:57 pm

awww you can almost hear him snoring lol
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lynn83

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by lynn83 on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 5:19 pm

He's a good snorer, Very Happy he sleeps downstairs at home but I can hear him when I am upstairs.
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by vickoir on Thu 29 Sep 2011, 6:03 pm

looks lovely lynn nice smart dandy too glad you had a nice time away
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Cazz

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Cazz on Fri 30 Sep 2011, 4:12 pm

It does look lovely, glad you had a good time. Did you sort you hub out?
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lynn83

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by lynn83 on Sat 01 Oct 2011, 4:30 pm

Yes, pure luck, didn't think we would get back home with it, took us 8hrs to get down to Somerset, so didn't want to travel back with an iffy wheel. We had gone to a garage with the wheel because we thought it was a puncture but they said they couldn't do anything with it. Anyhow the owner had a look around in the back and had a spare mini wheel, put our tyre on it (they are new tyres) total cost £24. Was so pleased.
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Cazz

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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Cazz on Sat 01 Oct 2011, 9:42 pm

lynn83 wrote:Yes, pure luck, didn't think we would get back home with it, took us 8hrs to get down to Somerset, so didn't want to travel back with an iffy wheel. We had gone to a garage with the wheel because we thought it was a puncture but they said they couldn't do anything with it. Anyhow the owner had a look around in the back and had a spare mini wheel, put our tyre on it (they are new tyres) total cost £24. Was so pleased.

That was lucky, it's good they took the time to look and help you. It shows there are still some good people who are prepared to go the extra mile to help.
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Helen
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Re: Somerset hols in August

Post by Helen on Sun 02 Oct 2011, 2:43 pm

Looks like Barney had a lovely time too Laughing

It's so nice when people help like that, pleased you got it sorted.

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