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john stones 122/12/2014 14:06:15
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Well we have gone passed the shortest day 21st the nights are drawing out now wink always cheers me upsmiley


Pete B - Moderator22/12/2014 14:11:02
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Ah, that's what I always thought too, John - then someone had to complicate matters...sad

Happy New Year - whenever it arrives!


john stones 122/12/2014 14:25:12
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Ignore em Pete, soon be spring wink


Chris Barlow22/12/2014 16:59:28
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Just what I was thinking yesterday! Now on the run up to Summer! yes

Paul Marsh22/12/2014 18:00:45
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I've noticed it today it's starting to get lighter.

Mark a22/12/2014 18:18:25
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I think it will be a few weeks before we see any change, just waiting for the wind to drop so I can go and get some stick time.


Malcolm Blake 122/12/2014 18:43:47
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I've just been outside here in N. Norfolk and it's really quite warm out there, almost as though spring has arrived. However I well remember 1963 when you needed a pick axe to dig carrots out of the ground.

Harry Wilson22/12/2014 20:17:14
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What a great bunch of positive I feel positive too...happy flying days ahead. Thanks guys...


Andrew Price 222/12/2014 20:42:13
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Malcolm. Did you really need to eat those carrots so badly? frown

I too remember 1963 very well. Not nice. sad

Thankfully, nationwide, we haven't seen the likes since. Don't think I want to again either.

Sounds as though Santa will not need deicing in N Norfolk this year though!!

John Privett22/12/2014 20:51:58
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Posted by Pete B - Moderator on 22/12/2014 14:11:02:

Ah, that's what I always thought too, John - then someone had to complicate matters...sad

But that's good (for me at least.) Sunset has been getting later for the past week - though not by very much yet!

Martyn K23/12/2014 11:37:34
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What I would like to know is why Daylight Savings time is so displaced..

We put the clocks back on the last Sunday in October - this was only 61 days to the shortest day but we have to wait 98 days following the shortest day into Spring before the clocks go forward (March 29 2015) to sensible time and we get evening flying back..

Sunset on the last day of BST 2014 was 17:47 (London) and the first day of BST 2015 sunset will be 19:28.

We are being robbed.. Blame the European Parliament.

Bah Humbug


john melia 123/12/2014 11:45:29
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Is your glass half full orhalf empty ? Unfortunately spring is a long way away yet so mine is half empty .....bah humbug and all that caper

Malcolm Blake 123/12/2014 11:49:31
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I don't eat the time I was selling them.

Cuban823/12/2014 12:41:12
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Just when is the stupidity of fiddling around with the clocks going to come to an end? IMHO choose BST and stick to that. There's only so much daylight available at any particular time of year, so I'm baffled at the arguments of those in favour, especially as we have access to the wonder of electric lights in our homes and work places, in our streets (up to midnight at least) and on cars etc etc.

Steve T23/12/2014 13:25:14
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I have horses along with pigs, a multitude of free range chickens and turkeys etc. try explaining to all of them why their feed is now arriving at a new time! The change of clocks is a nightmare for them all and us that have to look after them, nature does not have a digital clock it had as it says a natural one. Let's be more in tune with the real world and stop this clock changing nonsense.....rant over....phew!

john stones 123/12/2014 17:32:04
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This is a cheer you up thread folksteeth 2 if you want a moansad

Go here pleasewink


Eamonn Fahey23/12/2014 17:37:44
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Grand stretch in the evenings devil laugh

Andrew Price 224/12/2014 00:36:51
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Cricky Malcolm, that'll make a big difference.

Dave Bran24/12/2014 05:10:34
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Posted by john melia 1 on 23/12/2014 11:45:29:

Is your glass half full or half empty ?


No, It's twice as big as it needs to be.,.........................


And......if you all feel better for believing an incorrect statement on daylight length, please don't tune in during the next election, it'll be bad for your heart.unlove


Tee Hee...............................wink


Edited By Dave Bran on 24/12/2014 05:11:04

cymaz24/12/2014 07:48:22
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Days are getting longer surprise! I blame the tilt of the earth myself.

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