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lancaster
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looking back at a rainy summer
      #309500 - 26/12/17 04:00 PM

when pictures lying ...
it looks dryer than it ever was









such boards are common all over europe, usually one or two world wars here it was only one day with fisherman in sight of the coast and an unexpected storm





YES, its true!

























































not was he was hope before













the giant deer of ireland Megaloceros
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megaloceros




probably found when cut peat it was a valuable find recognised by the old knights.












latest news, the breechloader is invented!

























































































































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Daryl_S
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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: lancaster]
      #309513 - 27/12/17 05:04 AM

Great pictures lancaster. now I don't have to go and can spend more time, elsewhere.
Is that beach covered with little jellies?

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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: Daryl_S]
      #309517 - 27/12/17 06:33 AM

Lots of great pics in there

Thank you for posting...


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lancaster
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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: Daryl_S]
      #309524 - 27/12/17 07:08 AM

Quote:

Great pictures lancaster. now I don't have to go and can spend more time, elsewhere.
Is that beach covered with little jellies?




yes, it was only for one day. next day with another tide all were gone.

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Daryl_S
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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: lancaster]
      #309530 - 27/12/17 09:11 AM

Nasty barefoot walking if there were broken tentacles in the sand. Even worse the day of the jelly fish!

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ErikDAdministrator
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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: Daryl_S]
      #309551 - 27/12/17 09:33 PM

Nice pictures. What is the water temp at itís warmest?

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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: ErikD]
      #309564 - 28/12/17 03:16 AM

its not like bathing in norway







no serious, when I was there in 2015 the newspaper were writing about a new national heat rekord. I think they had 35,5 degree celsius than and we take this direction to get a destination where its not so hot.
, realy!

14 -16 degree celsius is maybe the top in august but I read about a summer( 2003?) when they had over 20.
most people wear swimsuits there.

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Daryl_S
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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: lancaster]
      #309566 - 28/12/17 03:47 AM

I don't like the heat, either, lancaster. But, I still managed to survive Yuma in December, 16 to 22, Hawaii last winter where it was a fairly sedate 24 every day with spikes to 26. It's a LOT hotter here in the middle of BC, in the summer.

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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: Daryl_S]
      #309593 - 28/12/17 08:31 PM

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I still managed to survive Yuma






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Re: looking back at a rainy summer [Re: Rothhammer1]
      #309613 - 29/12/17 05:43 AM

LOL - Here, yes it is. Usually around 30% humidity, even less - less sand, though - except in Yuma. LOL

I've never seen such a lack of grass and so many dirt and gravel yards.

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