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I'd forgotten it was played in SA and the time difference! I like hockey too. A very fast game. Let me know if your G/s progresses. Take care. More rugby to watch now!! LOLOL
S'mae John, no I haven't seen the game, it was played around 3am NZ time, and Len slept right through as well. I think he may have watched the replay this afternoon. I slept the afternoon away, had 10 [inc chn] visitors for tea last night, so I was somewhat tired and needed my nanny nap today. Had a grandson  selected to play in the NZ Maori Men's Hockey team, and another  to go to a soccer school in Australia next year. I don't think any of our GC play rugby, actually very few of them play sport really. Take care my friend - Phyllis
I've just finished watching NZ v SA. Hell of a test match!! Hope you enjoyed it! :-))
Hi John, can't you see pirates and contraband or .....'Stately Spanish galleon coming from the Isthmus,Dipping through the Tropics by the palm-green shores,With a cargo of diamonds,Emeralds, amythysts,Topazes, and cinnamon, and gold moidores.Puts me in mind of John Masefield in mind there:-) in his poem "Cargoes", incidently my late father's favourite poem and one I have come to love. dad could recite it word perfect even untill he died aged 86. Hope you are ok, stay well - pob hwyl ... Phyllis
Night, night, Lorna!!
right enough, wasn't really thinking, just overtired from driving people to airports all week. Just seeing relatives off for Uni again, plus my daughter off to Brighton. (doing Veterinary nursing) Will keep doing the ole jiggy saws. Off for me dinna x
Probably not a good idea to to publish e-mail. You might get all sorts contacting you, Lorna
did not mean to scare off John, hope alls ok.
i is from county antrimor was
haha feelin you might say that. (how safe is this site to give my e-mail address, just for info on b&bs etc, as I may visit Wales sometime. have an aunt in Swansea. Giv you time to emigrate) ;-)
Less of the "ole".!!!
I AM joking John, that's just me all over. (as the scarecrow said after the explosion!!) I'll take some snaps-bad weather and all. We get good weather sometimes though-I think it was Monday 12th August 1978!! (nice chattin to ye me ole flower) x
I know that Donegal is a beautiful place so take plenty of photos! I love the Irish accent - not stereotypes!! Not sure if you are joking re LOL. Lots of Laughs!!!
are-ah, to be sure an all I'm bettin yu can't here de ole brogue, a tall a tall. Jaysus sure and begorra, areint stereotypes a terrible ting to be havin!!! (sometime I'll try and steal-ooops, borrow my pals camera and take some shots of me dear ole Donegal). Should use two shots I'd say. ;-)) (psssst, who's LOL??) x
Lorna, I can hear the brogue of your voice in your comments!! LOLHave a good word with yourself!! ;-))))
I think "sick" (sic) was the right word for that pun!!!! LOLOL
Nice one cakes1947--bet they didn't do it on porpoise though. (ok, I am away to have a word with myself) ;-))
Yep tugman 22---and we get a few shipwrecks too-heehee. x
I think she tells a 'whale' of a ''tail''(sic)!!! :)))))
I have a feeling that this was well before GPS, Lorna!! LOL You get plenty of wrecks in your beautiful part of the world!! :-))
The gps was broken???? ;-)) (I often think the same when I see a ship wrecked or boat rotting on the shore)