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Mon 6-Feb-12
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I realise Elsa lives way up yonder in them there hills but if my guessitmate is right she's not far from the area being flooded in BG at moment.

 

http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=136411

 

Sending warm, dry thoughts and friendly hugs her way.  big_hug   And if I'm totally wrong about the area she can still have the thoughts and hugs, I'm in a magnanimous mood big_hug

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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Oh dear, that doesn't look good.....and I don't think I've seen Elsa on here today.  Hope she's alright.

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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wave  Elsa was all right this morning, but had quite a day of it yesterday, with a prolonged and very severe thunderstorm with lots and lots of rain. She was without electricity for a long time.  She posted pictures of her waterlogged ground on her blog. I do hope she is well away from any reservoirs.  It looks awful in Bulgaria right now.

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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danast said:

  It looks awful in Bulgaria right now.

 

 

Proper seasons - unseasonal dam bursts.

 

One of the few countries that a pale delicate redhead (Yes that's ME) can get a suntan whilst working outside. 

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Thanks for that, Danuta.

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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Hope she is ok

Trying to enjoy life as it is

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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Thank you, thank you....yes I had a day of it yesterday and again it's pissiting down tonight with gale force winds that's doing nothing for my polythene roof on the wreck...looks like I'm out there with hammer and nails tomorrow and another supply of polythene but it's forecast heavy snow for tomorrow...think I'll let it run its course.  

 

My thoughts go out to those poor people with flooded houses...big_hugbig_hug...

 

and to you little lot for thinking about me....big_hugbig_hugbig_hug

Who lives long sees much : The diary of my life in Bulgaria

Mon 6-Feb-12
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Sounds strange considering the difficulties you are facing but glad to hear you are ok.

 

Luckily I know Hristo had the house roof looked at, and any repairs needed done, before winter set in.

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Mon 6-Feb-12
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Original Redhead said:

Sounds strange considering the difficulties you are facing but glad to hear you are ok.

The wreck is my second house in the garden....my prime residence is thoroughly watertight, snug and cosy with central heating and the works....eeekeeek

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