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2 years 3 weeks ago #695752 by Sean Lamber
You guys are talking about flowers and I was just thinking that we are going to be in snow soon enough.  Where did this year go?! 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695756 by Don Hatch
I don't even want to think about it. 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695829 by JaneK

Hassner wrote: Pinkie, does this answer your question?


OMG beautiful.  did you see "Sound of Music"?  This field reminds me of the meadows in a few of the scenes from that movie.  


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695836 by Hassner
Pinkie, I hope you saw Sound Of Music as a re-run. 
Otherwise you are as old as me!
I was a primary school kid, saw it in a drive-in. 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695838 by JaneK
Ha ha ha, yes it was a movie my parents enjoyed and so I grew up watching it often!  

Drive in?  Don't see those any more.  I should know this, and I'm near certain you mentioned it before.  But where did you grow up?


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695857 by Ted Baker
This year is flying by, and sadly not much good we can say about it.   Plus side, I just ordered a beer making kit!  lol. 

This should be fun! 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695863 by Hassner

JaneK wrote: Ha ha ha, yes it was a movie my parents enjoyed and so I grew up watching it often!  

Drive in?  Don't see those any more.  I should know this, and I'm near certain you mentioned it before.  But where did you grow up?


Pinkie, my forefathers came to South Africa in the latter part of the 1700’s.
I was born and grew up 20km from Cape Town. Today, after moving to the country next door (Namibia) for 13 years, I live 65km from Cape Town. 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695871 by Joe Peterson
Beer making kit?  Cool.  Send out samples :cheers:


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695878 by Marcus Davidson
Yeah! Cheers! 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695930 by Overread
My uncle made beer when we were kids.  His place always had this strange smell.  


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695950 by Tamara Dowell
I miss my beer! 


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695976 by JaneK

Hassner wrote:

JaneK wrote: Ha ha ha, yes it was a movie my parents enjoyed and so I grew up watching it often!  

Drive in?  Don't see those any more.  I should know this, and I'm near certain you mentioned it before.  But where did you grow up?


Pinkie, my forefathers came to South Africa in the latter part of the 1700’s.
I was born and grew up 20km from Cape Town. Today, after moving to the country next door (Namibia) for 13 years, I live 65km from Cape Town. 


I'm glad I asked again, I thought you were born in Europe somewhere and moved there.  Are you still able to work with everything that has been happening?  You drive around for work right?


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2 years 3 weeks ago #695982 by Ian Stone
Good night all!


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2 years 3 weeks ago #696004 by Jeff Scott
Good morning!


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2 years 3 weeks ago #696008 by Hassner
[quote="I'm glad I asked again, I thought you were born in Europe somewhere and moved there.  Are you still able to work with everything that has been happening?  You drive around for work right?[/quote]

Pinkie, my work stopped end January, all foreign tv advertising clients jumped back over the border before it closed. I worked 2 days in Fe, 2 days in March. Not a day since. I am into my retirement savings. To work again, our borders need to open, which we expect might be in a few weeks, but clients’ countries need to open their borders and not expect them to do quarantine on their return before I have work this season. Work normally starts end October for our summer season. 
How are you for work?


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