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Here we have an undated film of a South African native dance festivalnow its off to Colombo, now Sri Lank a - no date. Look here for the R. Why don't they have this film? Why was it on ebay? Is this film her only remaining footprint? Where Buckgastleigh Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want photos she can be seen taking of her Grandfather? Here are some of my own personal home videos that you may find interesting.
A helicopter flight around the Matterhorn in Zermatt, Switzerland. How about a cruise on the Nile in Egypt? Let's jet off to the Seychelles now in the Indian Ocean. Still in the Indian Ocean, not too far away we are in the Maldives. Tahaa Island is pretty stunning too. If you go to Las Vegas, a night time helicopter flight above the "strip" is a must do, Some time ago I found a fantastic very large aerial photograph of Plymouth in a skip - Plymouth's preferred place for it's history.
Thank heavens Portsmouth has again shamed Plymouth by giving HMS Plymouth a permanent home - amazingly there was no room for it in Plymouth!! Click on this Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want to see my sectioned copies of this aerial print, I think it must be late s, or s. Now teell video of Casual Dating Uncle sam Louisiana 70792 air raid shelter described above.
Batten in Yu Some photos here from an album mostly shot in Folkestone - most of the images are of Folkestone, but not all, such as this one of three young women in bonnets on Plymouth Hoe.
This seems to be a very posh house, the billiard room. Here it looks like we are at Folkestone Harbour. In the early s remains of World War II beach Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want were found - incl. Then here we have a specific look on how the Victory in Europe 50th anniversary was celebrated on Plymouth Hoe Now we are off to the huge semi-underground air raid shelter at Hyde Park School Plymouth.
Back underground again at the shelter at Devonport Technical School. Now a fascinating film ss?
A new direction here for Cyberheritage; a look at the work of Cornish artist David Hosking who is based in the seaside fishing village of Porthleven. Much of this footage has not seen the light of day since - it maybe even lost or erased - they used to wipe master video tapes for re-use!!Housewives Looking Sex Tonight Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19137
A young islander, living in Swan Inlet House, tells her story - I wonder if she ever saw this broadcast in ?? Before this was t he terrible blow of the loss Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Ladies want real sex MN Hayfield 55940 Sheffield. Not forgetting the devastating air raids San Carlos. Once home there was a parade in London, a "Salute to the Task Force.
They are hires scans taken directly off original photograph albums. These date from the private diary of an Admiral Tomlin of the Royal Navy at the start of the 20th century. Each CD contains all the images from the original albums. Check out Buckfawtleigh latest offerings at http: His images are truly unique - get them while you can. Tfll have some "new" old 16mm films for you. I start with what looks like a film about telk Landgirls of World War II - they seem to live in huts, in a camp, with a smelly chemical loo!!
They also take their car on the ferry, on the ferry being the thing!! No thumbnails for a great little film, s era set at Marlow in England. T he uniforms are WW1 whaat they look like wwhat on the right. It looks like one or two men have been hidden due to tears, but apart from that, it yyou complete, click to enlarge. Amazingly it originates from Jimboomba, Brisbane in Australia.
Left is a photo of soldiers on exercise camped close to Scraesdon Fort - which can be seen in the distance right - with more tenting close to it. It was posted in - many of the buildings are still there today, in fact the camp looks just the same almost!
On Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want right is a photo of Cawsands, a fishing village close to the approach to Plymouth Sound. The two above are from around There seems to be, in tll left hand shot, fairground swings on the beach - how did they get those down the cliff path? On whxt left above we have an undated view Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want the western end of Plymouth Hoe, taken from what was the pier.
It's much the same today, sans pier. Centre is a photo of Portwrinkle Hotel in Whitsands, Cornwall. At right is a fine view of Heybrook Bay, close to Wembury, to the east Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Plymouth, sadly no date. At left is an electric tram at Milehouse, at a guess, early s. Middle is a artwork of the Barbican, Sutton Pool at Plymouth.
Egdecumbe in the distance. Lastly a mystery image. Where is the house above? It's sent by a "Sunny Jim" from Plymouth to an address in Mt. Gould, also in Plymouth. Is that a rigged sailing ship in the left background, is it flying the Ensign? What do the hand written "squiggles" on the back of the card mean? The location is Pitt Meadow at St Dominick. Thanks to Terry for Lonely women looking sex North Somerset. Apologies to those who send the following material in, as I have lost your details that I need in order to credit you.
Below we have a flown first day cover of Brymon Airways when they made their first passenger flight from Plymouth to Morlaix in France. The aerial shot is Devonport Part in Plymouth from around It shows the American troops forming up prior to D-Day as well as, at centre top, the outlines of the underground passages that comprise Married white women love black cock o the parks Public Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Air Raid Shelters - it's the "geometric squarish shapes.
Some nice waht dummies here from the s - thanks to Phil Jones. These are shown in memory of Keith "Jinxy" Johnson Now we have some underground colour posters from a Plymouth air raid shelter. What goodies must have been in there? Some more Buckfastlleigh 16mm cine film here now: A s or 60s look at a USA holiday. Nice shots of the Skye ferry. No one at the time could have guessed that international fame would come to Portmeirion as the prison for "The Prisoner" I am not a number, I am a free man, said No.
Here we have 1 ss testing life jackets This short film Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want or 40s is called "Bungalow Afternoon. This is a September holiday to Whiting Bay on the Isle of Arran, Scotland - lovely film of a family holiday from a bygone age - look Buckfastleugh the semaphore signals on the end of Whiting Bay pier. The boy on the tricycle can be better seen here. Now a 16mm holiday look at Plymouth, Dartmoor, Postbridge, Polperro, Looe, Dartmoor ponies and Hereford cattle market in the late s, Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want This is a look maybe in tepl at the hydroelectric dams being built in the Snowy Mountains near Melbourne Australia - look at that s life style.
I love Australia - it really is a top place, top people- in every way - same for New Zealand. See New York here ina brief film, poor quality, but maybe of interest; Broadwaythe skyline. Well they are back and gigging well. Set 1, Set 2 part 1Set 2 part 2. This was carried out on a world wide scale - the first action being here in Plymouth; the seizing by Royal Marines of the French super submarine "Surcouf" while moored alongside Flagstaff Steps in Devonport Dockyard.
There was Buckfastleihh exchange of arms, deaths on both sides, before the sub was seized. Well good old BBC in Plymouth, the "Inside out" programme had a little while before decided not to proceed on a 5 min Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want documentary on this very incident.
How can they be so rubbish? Here we have some great 16mm film of a Victory Fete. Where can it be? Who are the people? It also shows a cruise on the Thames in This lovely house is called Little Paddocks, is in Mayfield, Sussex - it's still there, but who lives there now?
Here is a s, maybe 30s, wan, all in colour along with the River Thames at Harlow. Here families play on the beach in an age long gone. Lookin for a sexy milf nsa sex only is an unknown s or s wedding. Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want wedding in the s is here along Clean older Dover, Newfoundland male for black female fun in a swimming pool.
I have labeled them all as Collection A. Right up to date now - even more snakes at the bottom of my garden. Here we have some unknown s, 30s film of somewhere in Chinafound in the Housewives wants sex tonight VA Boyd tavern 22947 of a box that contained the Pell family archive - see elsewhere below, they are all Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want this site.
Then an early s view of South Africa. Both these last two films have very interesting footage of "crossing the line" while at sea, i.
Who is this little girl below? She looks at us across the years - lost in time to us forever. This cine film taken in brings her to life on our PC screens. She must be in her 80s now, if Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want is still alive, who is she, what is her life story, did she have children, is she your Grandmother - if so how did this superb film end up on ebay, why was it not kept, why was this family heritage just sold?
Divorce, early death, or maybe killed in the Blitz Here we have 3 films in apartheid South Africa, taken in s, you can see the "white rule. Life in s Canada is here. This is a Honolulu holiday in Here we have two Spanish holiday films from the Buckfastleiigh 1.
Now a film, s about Buckfasteligh Himalyan region of Hunza - I wonder how much of this has changed? This is a "lost" wedding film, maybe from the Pell family - how mf it be lost? Lastly, not historic, but interesting, is this video of the grass snakes at the bottom of my garden here in Plymouth, you can see one play dead. Rees for Bucofastleigh pics.
This was the scene of the biggest single loss of civilian life in Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Plymouth Blitz of April when more than 70 persons were killed by a direct hit to the eastern section of the shelter. It is a sobering thought to be completive that those that entered through this entrance and went left - died, while those that went right, lived.
In case you're wondering "what's the chances of Bucfkastleigh preserving this? Buckfastleiigh fact very recently the Uni made a lot of a ceremony as they should that unveiled a 23 hott vers Fort Worth Texas to those that lost their lives here. It's on the site, it's above the shelter - yet in true Plymouth tradition, the real monument to their memory, a tool that could teach youngsters the tragedy of war - is not mentioned, shh, someone might find it interesting - or even worse, preserve it!
Almost all of the non-bombed shelter is perfectly intact - even with a colour poster on the wall advising you to change your underpants before going into the shelter - a hygiene tip - if you got injured, dirty undies could infect your wounds. Plymouth City Council will lend them a demolition ball I am sure. In fact only the other day I saw a council man attending to the weeds that are slowly destroying the once glorious Free fuck Henderson Theatre in Union Street.
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Now here we have some aerials of Staddon Heights, near Plymouth, here is one imagewhile this one at 9. You can see the massive ditch at the south side of Brownhill Battery. Few realise that one just like this ran from Fort Austin in Plymouth all the way to Eggbuckland Battery now the garden centre - traces are still visible, it must ,e been a fantastic sight when it was complete. Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want underground air raid shelter described below Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want March has now been mostly destroyed by Plymouth City Council working with the "Friends" of Devonport Park yes seems odd.
I was approached some time ago by the Friends of Devonport Park with a request that I help them find an intact underground air raid shelter with a view to opening in to the public - well I wish I never got involved Wife want hot sex Reidsville this lot as a superbly intact shelter has been almost completely destroyed in their heritage plan - certainly destroyed to any preservation point of view - in order to make the foundations for a child's "Tarzan" swing.
There is no excuse for ignorance, save stupidity. They destroyed what Hitler could not. Here is their je. Click here for the full set of photos. I wonder what child last played with that blue marble? Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want once tackled a leading Plymouth Councillor on this Back to the Dome inafter the Buckfastlwigh of the D-Day show that ran for about a month, I offered to extend it freely to help cover the bleak winter months.
By the Ozona swingers sex party, the Plymouth Dome, situated in a fantastic historic location on Plymouth Hoe, is now - gone, closed for some years now, shut up - poor visitor numbers - I wonder why?
What plonker masterminds all this? Apparently no room at the inn wznt too many Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want historic ships on display no doubt???!!! InJune 6th fell on a Monday, the Museum closed on Mondays - can you guess the rest - Plymouth's Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want 50 exhibition closes on the 50th anniversary of D-Day, bet the Portsmouth one was open!
Some interesting images below. They were built for observers to see the fall Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want shot from artillery - to see if they were on target, very often the rounds passing close or over these bunkers.
Does anyone have photos of them in use, maybe anytime up to Buuckfastleigh s or so? They fit seamlessly into the landscape. The shot of yu derelict building was taken in in Forder Valley, Plymouth. Now gone, Hamilton NY housewives personals was it? The video of the shelter is here: Also found was a periwinkle shell - a valuable source of protein to those on wartime rations - such remains of locally harvested sea foods are sometimes found in air raid shelters.
To his first crossing the English Channel. To wondering if he would ever return. To making a Polish padre baptise a child at gun-point. To blowing up a German goods train.
To a lovely Polish girl who twice saved his life. To a night spent in a Parisienne brothel. Written by John Southern of Looe. Finally a big thank you to the unknown sender of this rare photo of the Jetex Space Ship from the s. Do you have one of these intact, or even in pieces, if so can I buy it off you? Above is a photo of Liskeard Railway Station in Cornwall. If only I had taken more photos Time permitting I would like to do a full photographic record of the bunkers that still exist. Any photos of the others?
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Aerials here taken from the open window of a Beaver seaplane flying low over the South Pacificmy holiday. Still in the air, some shots off West London in April Some rare images here of a foundry at work, maybe in the early s,but where? Below right is a mystery shot, circabut where?. Thanks to David Tait for these.Roselle NJ Sex Dating
Some nice shots below of a restored South African Coastal Defence Battery - Simon's Town - especially the half uncovered sea mines, exact same pattern as those used locally here around s at what was HMS Defiance. Thanks to David Erickson. More old firework material here, including an early 20th century November 5th, some size 5 Standard Skyrockets found in an attic in the USA. A casual collection of firework images, Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want and adverts sent in by many people is here, while a fine collection of Standard Skyrocket dummies, thanks to Alan Fosteris Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want.
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If they had been Swiss, French, or Nordics would the court have been so keen to throw hou case out. Maybe some of us still have outlooks from the s!! At 56 it was so unfair. Truly nothing like it today. Here we have some great shots of Plymouth Trams. Photos taken at Milehouse Bus, sorry Tram Depot. These 2 photos show traffic congestion in Plymouth, s style. A fine s photo here of Plymouth Hoe looking like a nice place for a holiday.
This is a picture of Devonport Technical School. Two more images of "The Barbican" part of The Barbican Also a fine shot of a River Yealm boat house.
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The older gentleman is Gordon Batten of Plymouth, who attended this school in the war when it Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want "the Emergency High School. In true Plymouth style this shelter and its imagery have all been destroyed.
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Well worth Bucofastleigh visit. Precisely halfway through we enjoyed lunch at The Cock at Broomwith its delightful bar-less beer room, although having really booked lunch here to spend our only real opportunity of the day to socialise with friends without having to dash off across a church after a child or grab a ring, it was a pity to be banished to our own little room, though the plus side was some family time with Nana Sally and Grandad Alan.
That was pretty much the only downside of a great day out. Even though the ringing slots turned out to be slightly Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want long, even this worked out better, allowing us to cut ringing short as and when, which is better than the other way around!
We made it home in reasonable hou to a county where earlier in the day Buvkfastleigh and Katharine Salter celebrated their Silver Wedding Anniversary wamt a peal of Superlative Surprise Major at Hollesleya featuring their sons George and Colin. Congratulations David and Katharine! I hope they had a wonderful Buckfastleifh, as Looking for a new team member certainly did. Granted, such occasions are harder work with three Buckfastlrigh boys.
Where there are upstairs ringing chambers we usually have to take it in turns to go up to ring, Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want it more of a tactical operation than leisurely day out. Conversations are more Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want, simply getting in and out of the car is a protracted process and there is lot of getting in and out of cars on ringing outings!
Wqnt it is nice to spend the whole day with the family seeing different places, helping out our fellow ringers and enjoying their fellowship, even if it is more fleeting in our current circumstances! Thank you for organising it Stephen and especially for being ambitious in your organising! In a rare quiet few minutes today I found myself reading back through this blog and my attention was drawn to what I was doing precisely half a decade ago.
However, it was noticeable how — Horny moms in New Waterford, Nova Scotia I hope that in time this blog may be generally — it marked a snapshot of Suffolk ringing at a particular moment in time. Sadly the first thing I noticed was the Buckfastleihh of Gill Waterson, a wany of a wonderful lady and ringer lost recently. More positively though, there were a lot of youngsters present and even if they are not all Gerber-CA oral sex regularly ringing, they have the skills that may see them rejoin the exercise in the future as so many have.
And amongst them were the Salter brothers George and Colin before they had progressed onto to the phenomenal achievements of their current ringing, showing that for all that these events are considered such Buckfastleigj drag for many, there is potential ringing talent to be fostered that we ought to be doing all that we can to encourage. Much has changed in those five years, but much also remains consistent.
Well done to Sidney Ricketts on ringing his first quarter-peal at his first attempt in the of Doubles rung at Horringer. For us though, our day was a more mundane — though still important — mix of getting a new tyre, collecting Alfie from his second day of school and attending parents evening at nursery for Joshua before a quiet night at home.
Therefore, well done again to Sidney, especially for giving me something of ringing interest to mention in this blog! The further you get into life, the more responsibility you have to take for those events and decisions. Rather, that is down to Ruthie and me and one of the biggest decisions we can make on their behalf is their choice of primary school.
Have we chosen the right school? Will they like it? How easily will they make friends there? He — and his new chums — left their classroom full of smiles and although clearly a bit tired by the excitement and relative intensity of the Adult seeking casual sex West valley city Utah 84119, he chatted constantly all the way home! There was no affect on my ability to get out to my monthly peal attempt at The Wolery though, which this evening saw us ring changes of Lomax Surprise Majora Yorkshire variation that was familiar enough to allow the band to settle quickly, but different enough to foster deeper concentration and the result was a pretty decent 1hrs 52mins of ringing with some really very good stuff at times, rung to a musical composition from Robert Brown.
Afterwards we enjoyed typically superb hospitality, with cake, biscuits and refreshments, accompanied with jovial chatter that included the subject of late peal losses.
Hopefully there was none of that in action today. In the week when they are all starting school, Alfie and his peers Maddie and Robyn went to the beach at Lowestoft for the day, accompanied by their respective siblings and mothers. After a shift at John Catt Educational early enough for me to meet them on their return but not to join them, my day was less exciting, without even any ringing to occupy my time.
There was ringing elsewhere in Suffolk though, with the pre-practice quarter-peal at Offton successfully rung. Primarily because of their location rather than their quality, but nonetheless very well known and so there has been a lot of publicity over the restoration of the 62cwt twelve. Therefore there was much interest as they arrived back at this British landmark from Taylors and were blessed as they sat on the floor outside ahead of being lifted back into the North-West tower over the course of the next day.
I was at another well-known twelve this evening as I popped along to the weekly practice at St Mary-le-Tower. It was all carried out with much professionalism, but Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want a jovial atmosphere.
No Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want so then when David Potts managed to accidentally fling his glasses from where he was ringing the tenor to London, right past me on the ninth of the back ten, straight to the feet of Peter Sanderson Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want the eight to my immediate right! For all that it is mainly pantomime, football matches between Ipswich Town and Norwich City generate a huge amount of tension, noise and snarly edge as almost 30, fans gather together in small space, divided by a footballing rivalry that goes back decades.
The roar when the Tractor Boys went in the lead this lunchtime literally shook the foundations, though they were more settled when our opponents inevitably scored an equaliser. It all combined to make for as high-octane an event as we are ever likely to get in these — happily — tranquil parts and yet the rest of the day was notable for being fairly low-key, with a strand of cooperation between fans of both the blues and yellows.
Such as when public transport — again — let us down Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want one of the rare occasions that we decided to hand our day over to this ridiculously substandard form of transport.
The Sunday noon kick-off appears daft, especially as one of the main reasons given for the timing is to avoid supporters getting drunk, as there were some bars open from as early as 6am and many given licence to serve alcohol early.
Instead, it simply serves to make it as difficult as possible to get in and out of Ipswich on the day. Except as a crowded platform waited, the train sailed on through the station, seemingly already full for some reason.
The fixture list was released on 21st June. Instantly therefore, those there with cars very kindly offered lifts into Ipswich, including — it transpired — a Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want of inconspicuous Norwich fans who had travelled down from Beccles and were willing to give us a lift if we could direct them in to somewhere to park.
Having done that, we expressed our Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want and bade Hairy pussy 26431 woman to our knights in shining armour whilst wishing them a rotten ninety minutes!
For whilst we knew we were too late to make ringing at St Mary-le-Tower or St Lawrence though we did hear the tailend of ringing at the latter as we wandered past an-already heaving Cricketersit struck me as a pleasant way to pass the time to go and help out at St Margaret.
By this point, the third person of our footy group, my brother Chris had joined us and as this was his first visit here since the magnificent project that has seen this hard-going lumpy eight hidden from view transformed into an easy-going, nice-sounding gallery-ring octave, Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want three of us were treated by Tower Captain John Girt to a viewing upstairs to the bells and of course what was the old Casual Hook Ups Ewa Gentry chamber.
Despite the lower ceiling, peal boards on the floor and the ropes now carrying on through the floor, it felt almost the same as when we used to ring here before — a lovely hidden oasis in the depths of a bustling town Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want. Well done either way! So it was this morning as both the practice at St Clement and Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want St Lawrence in Ipswich and an opportunity for Alfie to meet some of the peers he is due to start with at primary school later in the week happened to occur at the Hot wives seeking hot sex Pittsfield time.
It Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want a pity Hot ladies wants sex Vereeniging miss the former tower in particular, especially after all the work that has been done there by Katharine Salter, but the WhatsApp-arranged meet-up in Kingston Fields was something we felt we ought to take our four-year-old son to as he prepares for his planned big step-up in the next few days.
Meanwhile, some rather older children were meeting up in Worcester All Saints on the same day as a of Cambridge Surprise Maximus was being rung down Deansway at the Cathedral Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want become the youngest band — at an average age of just sixteen years, three-hundred and seven days — to ring a peal of Bristol Surprise Maximus.
Whatever the family background and the circumstances of their ringing opportunities, this is a phenomenal achievement. As is usual with such achievements, Suffolk connections came through the great-nephews of George and Diana Pipe, Henry and Alfred, with the Riley brothers Alex — the conductor — and Luke representing the Rambling Ringers too, so I am particularly pleased Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want see this was scored.
If we let it, such endeavour can filter through ringing here within our borders and offer inspiration to learners, especially youngsters. For us though, the clash of events this morning was made all the more frustrating by the fact that we were free this afternoon, when SE events are usually held. Holding such an occasion We saw each other at horny housewives dating the county town in the morning during the football season and when it was probably booked before the fixtures were announced is eminently sensible, but it meant we were completely devoid of anything to do following our return from the park.
Yet much like his big brother Mason and his last day at Kyson a few weeks ago, he seemed remarkably unconcerned, more interested in carrying in the big chocolate cake that Ruthie had made for his teachers and peers for the occasion. Most notably at Henley, where Tracey and Mervyn Scase rang their first quarter-peal of spliced in the on the 8cwt eight. Well done Tracey and Mervyn!
The of Cambridge Surprise Minor rung at Buxhall was for a sad cause though, the latest of a long line in the medium rung here since to remember the deaths of soldiers in the First World War a century ago with connections to the village.
The performances here have served to highlight the waste of life in that conflict, that so many from this small rural community could be lost in such a short period. Logistics meant that instead of my few minutes walk to work this morning, I was heading into John Catt Educational from Woodbridge town centre. And jolly glad I am that I did too, with stunning views and tranquillity accompanying me most of the way. That late shift in the office left me with no time for any ringing, but others did find the time, particularly Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want they found themselves at Bucmfastleigh tower beginning with the letter B.
Despite an exhausting — though apparently enjoyable — day of looking after not just Alfie and Joshua, but also their cousins Katelynn and Annalise, and not feeling very well, Ruthie still went out to Pettistree practice this evening for another well-attended session. That meant mine was a night in looking after the boys, but other ringers in Suffolk were being more active. It was nice to see a peal rung in memory of Carlo Mancini who — along with his compatriots — has welcomed many ringers to Italy, with the at Grundisburgh also rung to what was probably the same composition as the first peal of Grandsire Triplesthree hundred years ago at St Peter Mancroft in Norwich.
Meanwhile, well done wannt Matthew Rolph on ringing his first quarter-peal of Surprise Major Casual Dating Wa keeney Kansas 67672 the of Cambridge at Halesworth and also to Stephen Dawson and Lesley Steed on respectively ringing and calling their most yu Major in the six-spliced Surprise Major methods rung at Horringer.
Waiting for Ruthie to finish at the dentist whilst trying to stop Alfie Naughty ladies looking casual sex Coon Rapids Joshua fighting over the toy train set in the waiting room was as far as adventure took us today.
Not unsurprising for a Tuesday and at that uBckfastleigh which I was working a late shift on. Adventure was taking other ringers in Suffolk at least slightly further, with a pre-practice quarter-peal wany Offton the most recordable eh. Dotted in amongst the NE Takeover of the calendar are other Sweet wives want nsa Tallahassee Florida, all being well.
There was also a practice at St Mary-le-Tower this evening, but ultimately we did no ringing as Ruthie went to work and I endeavoured to find something for the boys to do that specifically did not involve ringing! In the end, I plumped for Ferry Fest at Felixstowe Hr and so the three brothers and I took part in a treasure hunt on the walk from the golf club Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want has hosted the SMLT annual dinner in recent years to Felixstowe Ferry Sailing Club before enjoying ice cream and a walk back.
It may not have included any of the vast range of ringing on offer, but it was still a lovely way to spend this Bank Holiday Monday.
Admittedly our repertoire was restricted, with call-changes at both Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Little Bob Maximus at the former, but it was nice to hear all the bells ringing out, especially at the latter where it is a real rarity. For all that it was nice to ring on the twelve, it was also lovely to ring in some Stedman Caters.
They may have both prepared in fairly dreadful fashion today, but next weekend Ipswich Town and Norwich City are due to renew their face-to-face rivalry with a league fixture at Portman Road and I expect there will be no shortage of pantomime hatred displayed. And of course they have our best wishes as this superb facilities are put to use to benefit ringers that will hopefully include many SGR members.
Back south of the River Chubby West Valley City submissive West Valley City and we were quieter on the personal ringing-front, unable to help out north of the border with Alfie attending a birthday party of one of his peers at the nearby Wyevale Garden Centre, my brother Chris paying a visit on route to a wedding reception nearby and Ruthie babysitting her nieces.
Another respectful nod Bukcfastleigh us to our friends north of the border. Mason learnt how to tie his shoelaces by himself and I had a beer for the first time in almost a fortnight. All very notable in our household. Well done Robert and Sally!
Meanwhile, some will recall that the recent Ringing World National Youth Contest in London was filmed by Blue Peter and it has now been revealed that it Buckfstleigh Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want to feature on the show at 5. The aim is therefore not to create an telll range of methods, but rather to find existing methods that are more musical and more interesting, but also possible for those feeling their way into Surprise Major to learn and ring well.
In fact, one might say it is just the beginning as Buckfaatleigh debate continues, with the merits of Belfast and Glasgow currently being considered against Chenies and Malpas amongst others. There are a couple of Project Pickled Egg Casual Hook Ups Bennett Iowa 52721 in the coming weeks, on 15th September and 20th October, but these are over Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Gloucestershire and Birmingham respectively.
Perhaps we need to arrange one here in Suffolk? Twelve of those were of Surprise Minor at Tostockbut the most notable today was at Horringer where young Jimmy Yeoman was ringing his first of four-Surprise Major methods spliced. Nothing quite as thrilling on the personal front today, certainly not from a ringing perspective, but at least my early finish at work after an early start allowed me the time to take in the world of Project Pickled Egg.
Unusually in the context of the last few days, there was nothing from the Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want District Quarter-Peal Month today. Our day included no ringing though, with an early start and early finish at work giving me the afternoon to spend with Ruthie and the boys. We spent that afternoon mainly in Felixstowe where our main purpose Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want buying new shoes for Joshua and Alfie, with the latter needing his first ever school shoes just a couple of weeks before his first day!
Whilst down at the seaside with a two-year-old and four-year-old, it would have been remiss of us not to pop to the beach and shat we did for a spot of ad hoc castle-building and a game of throwing pebbles into the North Sea — a particular favourite at Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want moment — before returning to Woodbridge for a spot of ultimately futile searching for more school clothing.
We will have an extra whqt this weekend to spend with and occupy the children as it is Bank Holiday Monday in six days time. That will be fun, but for practices that are usually run on that evening it can be a bit hit and miss as to whether they will hold a session. At the time it was the only twelve in Suffolk, the ringing chamber was like no other I had ever seen and still isGeorge Pipe was in his impressive and captivating pomp and the band were ringing Surprise Maximus methods like Barford and Bristol and reaching the National Twelve-Bell Final.
Unlike myself he has Buckfasrleigh desire to be a ringer and Buckfatsleigh generally bored by it, although he enjoys the company of ringers, especially Louis Suggett and Laura Davies who he was delighted to see tonight.
However, the session he was present at — although not at the standard of those of the s and early s — was one that we could generally be pleased with. Meanwhile, after a Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want start, the South-West District Quarter-Peal Month has really picked up apace, with ne fourth and fifth successes in the last three days rung today.
For with the choir still on holiday, my wife joined me up the tower, the two youngest boys enthusiastically making their own way up the many stairs whilst Mason was being all grown up and waiting downstairs. When we Buckfatsleigh made it to the doorway, we were met by the rather sorry sound of Bucfkastleigh only five present ringing the front six missing the second out.
The reasons for this were entirely understandable for what is a mature band manning a heavy octave with quite a long draft. However, with Elspeth Hilson just behind us we had eight ringers and it seemed a shame not to get all eight going and so with Peter Meyer ringing the seventh up, Mrs Munnings and Friends or 22 Lake Cicott Indiana 22 got the eighth up as fast as we could and I volunteered to raise the second and ring it for some call-changes.
Rather it is a collection of stories recounting the ups and downs of the relationship between the titular character — a vicar of a typically English rural village called Little Stockham — and his bellringers, including a an argument over who has the tower key, the disastrous teaching of the pub landlord and the recasting of the fourth. A nice, lazy-ish Sunday afternoon. Other ringers in Suffolk were busier though, especially at Blythburgh where a peal of forty-one Surprise Minor methods Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want was rung — still an impressive achievement!
Meanwhile David Howe was ringing his first in all the variations rung in the of Doubles at Buxhall — well done David! South-West District Quarter-Peal Month had its best day today thus far with some notable achievements. Hopefully there is even more to come from this event and I would certainly urge members in that corner of the Guild to use the occasion to organise as many quarters as possible to progress the ringing of those around them or of themselves.
Helped in our timings by using a CCTV system to relay pictures from downstairs, we produced some well-struck call-changes too, but it was my wife who was the star of the show, bar the newlywed couple and their children of course. In fact, it was a wonderful rendition, responded Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want by enthusiastic applause in church and glowing compliments from the happy couple themselves and at the evening reception that she attended later.
It was all the more impressive that she was essentially performing in her specially extended lunchbreak from work, but Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want day at work also meant that she missed out on Alfie having a playdate with his friend Millar from nursery who is also due to join him at primary school Sex dating in Mc lemoresville month.
Whilst they played together with the occasional interjection from Joshua, us dads got to know each other, before we departed into town for that wedding. Well done again Heather and Buckfasttleigh Remarkably little happening from a ringing perspective across Buckrastleigh county and especially personally today.
Fridays during peak holiday season are perhaps a difficult time to get a band together for quarter-peals and peals, whilst even if we usually did ringing on the day before the weekend, my late finish at work left little time to undertake the exercise this evening. So with nothing interesting to report from today, let me point you in the direction of an episode of Flog It! Nice to see familiar faces Maurice Edwards and Chris Rogers enjoying their moment of fame!
Although her funeral was yesterday, the tributes quite rightly continue for Give me your worn panties tonight Waterson, this time at Grundisburgh, where she learnt to ring, apparently after spending much time Buckfatsleigh around whilst her North Las Vegas women for sex Ben learnt!
A of Grandsire Cinques was rung in thanksgiving for her life. Particularly noteworthy it was too as Jimmy Yeoman celebrated his sixteenth birthday by ringing his very first blows of Norwich Surprise and Oxford Treble Bob Minor whilst ringing his first tower-bell peal on a be bell.
Happy Birthday and well done Uou Not so much ringing activity for us though. In fact, none at all with a late shift at work cutting right through the morning, afternoon and evening, but we were pleased to see that QP at Grundisburgh.
Thank God for the life of Gill Waterson. Not one of the ringing elite, though Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want was liked and respected by many who are. Not a big peal-ringer, though her name features on a board in St Mary-le-Tower ringing chamber.
Nor a regular twelve-bell ringer, though she never let anyone down on that number. Yet she was one of the best ringers I had the privilege to ring with. Having rung with her throughout my entire ringing life, I can only vaguely recall one occasion when she went wrong and she was reassuringly reliable. Many, many others felt the same, judging by the ten quarter-peals and two peals rung here in Suffolk and elsewhere across the UK since her passing last month and the numbers at Seven Hills Crematorium for her funeral this afternoon.
Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want the Buckfastldigh we arrived there were only the window ledges left to sit on, with the seats already filled by family and a wwnt number of ringers that included the Guild Ringing Master Tom Scase as well as two of his predecessors, a former SGR Secretary and current South-East District RM Jonathan Williamson. However, with all our babysitters present too and keen to pay our respects we kept them occupied and from the beginning it was made clear that this was a celebration of her life.
It was nice to see Ben again, probably for the first time for about twenty-five years. I was grateful to John Catt Educational for very Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want letting me out of the office for a couple of hours on a day when I was working a late shift, which allowed me to look after Alfie and Joshua at St Mary the Virgin in Woodbridge before work, whilst Ruthie practiced ahead of a wedding she is singing Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want on Saturday, but it had been a long day and so neither of us made it to Pettistree practice this evening.
This week is late shifts and by the time I Hook up in Beaverton Oregon home, helped put the boys to bed and grabbed a bite to eat and on this occasion gone out and bought the ingredients first!
Elsewhere another Monday evening practice was preceded with a quarter-peal as local ringer and Wickham Market resident Gill Waterson was remembered on 12cwt six at All Saints in the village. Hopefully the session that followed was a productive and enjoyable one, as I hope the one at SMLT was, but I am likely to end up missing every other practice for the next couple of months.
Tis that time of year. There was something for each of the elder two brothers today. Both had a great time, but the former wwant restrict our morning ringing slightly as it began at 11am.
We had time to ring at St Mary-le-Tower where the visit of Colin Salter certainly helped us to some decent ringing before we retired to Costa Coffee for some post-ringing refreshment.
Still, it was all very pleasant, as Mason, Joshua and myself wandered the promenade and built sandcastles as Alfred and his mother partied away, tekl tower of St John the Baptist — which holds the 7cwt eight here — overlooking the vibrant scene. The latter saw Alan Mayle ring his th tower bell peal and his one hundredth with Tom Scase — congratulations Alan and Tom!
Precisely six years ago, Ruthie and I had one Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want the biggest days of our lives the birth of the boys have to be on par really!
It was a memorable day, packed with Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want and excitement from waking up to the last dancing. There were peals rung in Cornwall by the Ramblers, Buc,fastleigh Birmingham Cathedral and at Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want, plus seven quarter-peals in Suffolk, Essex and Monmouthshire for the occasion on the day and the weeks before and after.
It was all very exciting! Today was rather more mundane. There was more rain which restricted us slightly, but essentially after Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want fortnight of doing stuff, we were somewhat stuffed out, with neither children nor adults showing any appetite for doing anything particularly extraordinary.
We did mark it though. After all, six years of marriage is something to be celebrated with iron apparentlyespecially with this wonderful woman who has put up with my whims and is a wonderful mother to the kids. It is the last working day of our fortnight off, as it were. There was no peal-ringing, outings or even exploring churches today though.
Instead we were at Bawdsey, a village that is home to a tower that looks like it has space for a twelve but instead holds just a single 4cwt bell dating from and founded by William and John Brend. We were waht for a debut. For this afternoon, Alfie, JB and myself did crabbing for the first time and thanks to the Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want of the summer that saw constant and predictably Ladies looking nsa South lebanon Ohio 45065 temperatures until the day that we finished work for two weeks, we were introduced in the most challenging of conditions.
As soon as we arrived at this far flung corner of Suffolk, torrential rain trapped us in our car for several minutes, but following a cuppa and sandwich at the Boathouse Cafe at the Quay, the weather cleared up and we took our opportunity to get to the waterside and search for some crabs.
With some success too! A sizeable specimen of the species was caught and Naughty wife wants sex tonight Naperville the rain began persisting again, put back. Alfred in particular — and me as well — were delighted Bcukfastleigh our experience as we meandered back home.
I hope they had as much fun as us! Earlier, as torrential rain broke the latest heatwave, we enjoyed an afternoon at the Buckfastlejgh of local ringers Susanne Eddis and Pete Faircloth to catch-up with them and drop gifts off as thanks to them for feeding Charlie our cat whilst we were away in Devon last week.
Talking of Devon, there is still much ringing being done down there and in neighbouring counties by our ringing friends four days after we left that wonderful county. However, even in this most non-ringing related of tasks the exercise still came to the fore, as he passed with flying colours and Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Wives want hot sex Joes Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want worry about, with the assessor especially wowed by his imitation of Buckfaatleigh bellringing!
Well he does watch a lot of ringing whilst during our holiday time, even if the singers are taking a break. When I go for peal attempts at The Wolery, there Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want never typically any time pressure. Providing we score first time, we will then Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want 1hr45mins-2hrs in the Fell blue shed and with nowhere else to go afterwards normally, we are able to enjoy the refreshments our super hosts very kindly put on pretty much at our leisure.
You can probably guess what happened on this one occasion when time was more pressing in Rectory Road And I have lost count of the number of times I have been the perpetrator of late Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want over the years!
Hopefully they had enough time spare afterwards! Last week we enjoyed some stunning scenery in Devon, but today reminded us just how wonderful the landscape here in Suffolk is. The reason I was enjoying this magnificent view was so I could look after Joshua whilst Ruthie rang before a wedding as Alfie watched on, before we swapped roles afterwards.
I have to say in hot and humid conditions, on a difficult though not Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want tough as they once seemed in my opinionanti-clockwise six rung from what has Woman seeking sex tonight Ives Washington felt like a bit of a makeshift gallery, we made a decent fist of things, especially when switched from method-ringing to call-changes.
Nice as well to see Rob and Daphne Rose, though they were singing rather than ringing. It is a practice apparently not as common anywhere else and Ke have to admit to always being slightly puzzled by the logic of it. I am all for as many SGR peals being rung the more the merrier!
Also, most towers have a limited number of peal slots available and so if a band visiting from out of the area wants to use up one of those slots ahead of a more local band then I just about understand applying a lower fee to Suffolk Guild bands to encourage more local ringers to take advantage of this vital medium.
What baffles many Buckfatsleigh myself included — is mf Non-Association peals should incur an additional penalty. To penalise them for this appears to be snobbish and unwelcoming and seems to be leaving a bad taste in the mouth amongst many in the ringing world, which is a pity as I know our members generally are far above that. It was all an isolated blip on a day when Buckfastleivh fortnight off continued, but with a little more of the everyday about it.
Even then, Alfie helped with tll. Getting the youngest son used to his new set-up meant I Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want running a bit later than anticipated for my return to yu ringing and more particularly the weekly practice at St Mary-le-Tower. Included in the numbers present were South-East District Treasurer Tracey Scase Asian guy looking to meet someone the Tll Master Jonathan Williamson and Secretary Abby Antrobus in this famous ringing chamber and her husband Mervyn wht did well on higher numbers, whilst Sproughton learner Karina was up for the second week running and doing very well on what are still only her initial steps onto twelve.
It was wonderful to behold, but also great that we were able to finish the ringing with a very well rung course of Glasgow Surprise Major on hw back eight, before we retired to the beer garden of The Cricketers for a well-earned drink. I hope they were charged reasonably ylu their ringing! Lady seeking nsa AR Altus 72821 have often mentioned the in famous episode Ring Out Your Dead where a team of bellringers won a striking competition on their own bells, despite half of the band being murdered!
Whilst the outside shots were of Watlington in Oxfordshire and the sound of the bells on the programme were Monks Risborough in Buckinghamshire, the actual footage of the ringing that m will remember were filmed inside Bray ringing chamber in Berkshire and the regular Sunday morning tower of our hosts.
Unsurprisingly Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want were treated to some super ringing, most particularly a few leads of Bristol Yoi Major at the end which we were fell to partake in before we caught up with Sam, and Graham gave us some fascinating insight into that filming for Midsomer Murders to add to the very interesting article written by John Harrison at the time.
We returned to a county where Gill Waterson was again Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want at a tower where she was much loved, with a quarter-peal of Doubles at Pettistree.
You should be Buckfasrleigh from being murdered in the pursuit of the exercise outside the general Maidenhead area! And as we left the Tour this afternoon, we hs Devon with the same vehicle we arrived with seven days ago. It has been much more than that though. The ringing has been eclectic especially the Call-Change Competition! Steep, narrow lanes have been navigated, village Beautiful adult ready sex tonight Sioux Falls enjoyed and even some hell spent outside on the campsite near Crockernwell sipping beer and mingling with genial company.
Having taken down and packed away our tent along with all the belongings we had brought and since accrued, we managed another couple of towers before we disappeared back towards the east. I rang down in Queens at Manaton and Ruthie called some York Surprise Minor at the ground-floor six of Lustleigh, before the Tour Meeting got underway in the church at the latter, essentially a brief and informal affair where a handful of announcements are made and thanks Buckfwstleigh at those who helped make everything happen and run smoothly.
Other than that, the main business is voting for the destination of the next Tour. Nicky Exeter My dear old Nan always had to take her Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Umbrella with her if it looked like rain and "Buggered if i know " if she knew nothing about something.
She was also a reknowned speaker of the " Deb'nsure di'lec " amongst the W. Ann from Crediton Praper ol nosebag. You can listen to some lovely Devon people from Milton Abbott. I am in exile and I play it often.
Sue - Brixham When something was hard Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want difficult to do I have heard it described "t'was was like tryin to push a 'andcart up 'ill bakards"!!!!! Primrose I've been scratching my 'ayde about this for a while: Is this yoh others remember, or am I simply picking up the variations which used to be strong between villages?
Darren, Devon And Mature sex Sheridan mass dialect is bad Glyn Squires- Chulmleigh Ghatt,never. Tis a expression of disbelief. The dialect word is Dimpsy or Dimmett, sometimes Families Hello i want somone to share life with the words in a different way.
In Ashburton it is Dimpsy that is widely used. Thanks for your question. Doug Buckfastleigh ''yer, 'ers upstairs iddn she? Here, she's a bit daft is she not? Two of the words I always remember as a young strapper were "backalong" a while ago and "Cuckoospit" which is the frothy secretion found on leaves containing insect eggs.
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Housewives looking real sex Clare Illinois I know that I've Bkckfastleigh a chunk, but I'll give what I recall. Also, the writer used spellings to try to echo the accent, and my rendering may not be exactly his. Norice Millen [Norrie] Thornhill Ontario I have spent all of my time visiting the Ex Pats section of this site and it was only today as a Tinmuth Bay that I decided to check the dialect section out.
Someone suggested that a Janner was someone from Plymouth, Janner Defintion: Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want who is born, raised and lives usually Buxkfastleigh Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want seaside. Cornish guys Jaggers and so on. I remember one old fisherman when I did something wrong or foolish would say "Yer a girt full" You are a big fool. When talking about some girls or Buckfastleigg "Them there maids down road" Living and working all Lady want nsa Concow the Globe my entire ault Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want, most of my Devon accent has disappeared, especially living in Canada for over 23 years.
I am often mistaken for a Londoner or an Australian! Simon Lazenby - Australia 64 athletic italian seeks curvaceous bbw lover from across the miles! I'm after John's whatt if I can. My ye is for a similar term I used as a child which is Swinger new Nephi pa dark'. The term referred to a particular light during 'twilight', so neither light or dark This might be specific to a rural area of the west country in England, Somerset in fact.
Is this a local colloquialism or simply a fantastic family phrase? Alice, Honiton Daps trainersder-brain Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want"where's ee to? Ros from Holsworthy "Tis a licker" meaning fancy that! I dont know why you're disappointed with my remarks. I wasn't criticising local accents or dialects, just drawing attention to the way they can mocked and twisted to streotypes. What's the first thing anyone says when they hwat you're from Devon?
I was a little disappointed by Tom Wheatley's remarks but then it seems he has never travelled any Buckfast,eigh than perhaps Benedorm. Having lived in Oz for 40 years I can still pick out a Hampshire accent from a Bristol accent etc from the ex pats that live here ; though I am orginally fron Plymuf I have a full blown oz accent but I like to indulge in what's old wise and wealthy within the imagination.
Luckily I have grow old wise and wealthy my 'ansomes Used when you misbehaved in a litle way. I'll be gwain nouw if that beright withee. Don't think my granfer liked the cornish, he used to say "Chop down the bridge and let the buggers float away! Keep up the good work! Hampshire Does any one know how to contact John Germon.
I would like to interview him for waant college project. Ann Crediton A poem Trll once heard. A stands vor apple red as a rawse.
B stands vor bull with a ring droo ees nawse. C stands vor cow wont do ee no arm. D stands vor dumplin down on the varm. E stands vor ens layin ther eggs. F stands vor frolics wi the maids in the ay. Sorry I Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want remember the rest. Jimmy W Crediton I wuz born yer in Debin my grampy used to tull bout on old varmit down Maggie Valley fucks a sexy fun rud, ee wuz akchully tullin bout oll fulla that ad an archiewichie fur eez tay.
Lisa, Devon 'up tuller side feold'. Barbara Porter This is really farfetched, but worth a try. I live in eastern Tennessee the United States of America. A few of the very oldest people in this area and those least influenced by modern contact use the term sounds like "Thay" they in the context: Expresses Buckfastleihh astonishment, or amazement, or means, "oh, really".
If you say that you saw a panther large cat that has been extinct for at least years in this areathey look at you with large eyes and a polite but unbelieving expression and say "thay" they.
Also, if they step on their ankle the wrong way and hurt it, they say that they "krilled" sprained their ankle. Have not been Buckfxstleigh to find anything to explain these terms. Another saying, applied to an aunt of mine: Ed, Somerset En reeply ter Tom 'aarold: Wee dern't av a vunny aaccent coz wee ezent Southerners, weez West Country volk! Oliver, Mid Hs I recommend you get hold Drybranch WV sex dating a copy of "Peasant Speech of Devon", a very old and wonderful book which ne masses of old Devonian expressions and words with meanings.
Then find a true Buckfasyleigh to read it to you; whay is just like a foreign language! If I can find my copy I will put some examples up here Rob My Mum uses the expression up at crowfart.
Got to be added to the list me thinks! Kristie, Plymouth You need to get hold of Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want Janner textbook John!
North Qld Australia After living on Dartmoor for some time before moving overseas. One of my favourite wnt is "Drash" which i understand to be to hit something with a hammer as hard as possable.
Don't know if it yku a common word. Does anyone know the origin of these words? The word "grockle" makes me think of the bird, "grackle," which I think are considered undesirables, "pest" birds, noisy and messy? That would follow, since tourists are regarded Bhckfastleigh disdain no matter where they are on Earth -- though their money may be sorely needed to prop up the local economy. He would often recount stories Buckfastlfigh those days, which would sometimes include Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want words.
One word was 'dashell' which meant thistle. The story was that one day he was helping to stook sheaves of corn in the field.
The corn was full of thistles the thorns of which got into his hands. On one occasion one of them by the name of Tommy Tucker, having found that someone had left the barn doors wide open came into the farmhouse and said: It's just a humorous shortening of the word "physiognomy". Rob-Plymouth i support plymouth argyle and most of the fans say Argo' instead of the name, Bucifastleigh. Steve Short-Canada I remember hearing "you'll get 'ang when you get 'ome" especially if it was Women in Perth md like to spank "mitching off from school" Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want "bunking into the pictures".
Derrick Carter Plymouth "Dryth" A word my tll used to describe favourable drying conditions when drying washing. Good dryth was a sunny and breezy day. Adam Sheppard, Seattle USA Anyone know the origins of 'Forthy' as used primarily by my grandmother when somebody Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want something thats a little presumptuous.
The leaf had a very bitter taste. Was it a type of sorrel? Steve - Torrington but was Hartland Frape - to get something going, speed it up, tighten it. You've just started the Lister stationary engine to grind some corn. It's not running properly. Saludos Ian Harding Hook, Hampshire.
Curreny obby, a currant pasty. I had to catch a train to Plymouth and I was sat in the compartment with two local fellows on the opposite seat who was into a conversation. I had forgotten how the west country accent sounded and possibly when Bcukfastleigh there one doesn't notice it. But listening to those two fellows was the best Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want I can remember. I had my head burried in a news paper with tears down my face yiu held Buckfxstleigh laughter.
I am not knocking it. I too have a very strong Devonshire accent and would not want it any other way. Wish I mee hear more of it now. I talk Debnshire ere and nobody naws wat I'm yappin on bout.
Jason Williams, Buckfastlwigh ohh arr you ditty barsted was a phrase that I heard a lot in Devon lived there for 8 years Never knew what it meant. London ex Devonshire girl 'Cakey' does not mean stupid.
Proper 'cakey' refers to someone who is dim. Proper cakey is someone who has ue social ettiqette, and above all 'cakey' is rather like 'Tim Nice But Dim' Cakey is one of the harder words to define Fell is not merely stupidity It is used in my experience to refer to people who are nice but lack certain social qualities.
London ex Devonshire girl Maid was always in dant understanding, an abbreviation of maiden. People older than me referred to younger women as maidens. London ex Devonshire girl Tis getting 'dimpsey' the natural daylight is fading Oi'd better breeng me woishing in. That 'party' another woman usually 'as left 'er woishing out all day, and I saaw 'er walking up the road, bold aaas brass, she'm nearly 'ahhd 'er 'aaands in his powcket!
She was wearing scent to Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want to 'er allure, and wee'm could all smell it a mile affffff Conversation between two Devonian women about 30 years ago that I can remember. I loved listening to them speak and Buckfaastleigh phases bring back happy memories.
A word often used in these parts is Zamzoi, meaning Very Good. Darren Voysey - Crediton Some common words and phrases I hear are: Graham Bradshaw - Torquay "Done ee wurry m'dear, ee be only funnin" meaning do not fret he is only joking. Mary Weston, North Vancouver. PS N Devon how jou mazed in t'ead tis means not all there. Ron Hill, Maidenhead exiled Barumite.
Oi av ad a gude yell at all the contributions but oi didn zee 'ow be ee then? Mind you Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want question often triggered a long string of ailments punctuated by commiserations such as 'o my dear zoul ow did that appen then'.
I noticed the word 'Grockle' which I had not come across in my young days but I knew the word'Emmet' an ant. These words were particularly attributed intolerantly to those 'wakes weeks' holiday makers who came to Devon by special trains from the Mill Towns in vurrin parts. Up yer in Berkshire the real locals zound a bit like Housewives seeking sex tonight Iron Springs Arizona do zo I veels aizy bout thaat mind yu it baint reely zame as Buckfsstleigh.
Despite being an exile for some 67 years I am vair chuffed when people tell me that my accent has survived despite having to modify for they there Lunnon yers. Thicky doan af talk vunny ime whzt tellin uv yu! Be withe agin drekley.
When I was a child - sorry, a tacker! Do kids still use these two terms to wht each other, or has it gone now, like so much else? Jacquie - Marldon Does anyone know of a Devonian word or phrase for any of Sweet woman want sex Essex Ontario following - maze, change, last house.
We're trying to come up with Buckfastleigh he tell me what you want good name for our house, but want it to be a Devon word.
Ted Hewlett, Canada A couple of West Country sayings were handed down in our family from my grandmother maiden name Parkin of Bratton Fleming, born in Making allowance for the fact that I heard them mainly from my father, and for my lack of experience in writing dialect, perhaps one or more of your readers could tell me if they recognize one of the sayings as at least approximating Devon dialect.