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Re: Rough weather
Great to hear from you, things are not to bad up here if you crawl around on
your hands and knees, if you stand up you can get blown away, never to be
Seriously though, the winds have been pretty restless, at one stage we had
107mph winds for about 4hrs, you just stay indoors and play computer.
I am still working from my laptop at the moment, but as soon as I get the
main computer back on line I will continue to work on that genealogy list
and correct what I can by adding and subtracting a few names.
We are making good progress at the Study Centre, a new roof fitted, all the
new heating is up and running, the whole place has been rewired and
replumbed, we just need about 10 volunteers for stripping 150 years of paint
off the doors and skirting boards. God only knows what they used as paint in
the beginning, but when you are burning it off, it has a consistency of
treacle. That's enough of my whinging, take care, will contact you soon when
I have finished unpacking my worldly possessions from all these boxes.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, February 10, 2000 12:09 AM
Subject: Rough weather
> I hope all is o.k. at Noss Head. I saw a picture of the fierce storm that
> the far north in last week's John O'Groats Journal. Ian, have you seen a
> of the 1999, Caithness year in pictures? I wonder if it would be a nice
> addition to my bookshelf.
> I have also noticed the rains in South Africa. I hope our cousin Mark
> is well.
> Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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