Re: Hobbs and Bailey
....and Lee_D spake unto the tribes of Usenet, saying...
> Diane Brookman <firstname.lastname@example.org> uttered summat worrerz
> funny about:
>> Richard Brookman wrote in anticipation of an inebriated Christmas:
>>> Richard's Recommendation for Christmas Morning:
>>> Champagne flute (or a tumbler if you're a pleb) -
>>> One measure Archer's Peach Schnapps
>>> Fill glass with 50/50 Cranberry juice and champers/Cava/bubbly
>>> Drink several.
>> FWIW this is the only thing that makes Christmas bearable for
>> 'himself' plus taking the dog for an early morning walk on the beach!
> Sounds like a cool Christmas , walk along the Beach would be nice
> failing any snow.
It's become a tradition with us - turkey in the oven by about 7am, open
pressies, down to Newgale for a good blow along the beach with Zulu and any
other dogs/kids that happen to be around. When the SAR used to be at
Brawdy, there was always a fly-by from the SAR guys, with Santa in the
winchman's position waving to the crowds (well, 20-30 people on a 2-mile
stretch of sand). Littl'uns thought it was fab. Snow in Pembs is like
rocking horse poo, so Newgale is usually the destination. If it does happen
to snow, all bets are off. If I can get the S2's swivels and brake pipes
sorted by then, I'll be in heaven.
> Will explore this concoction and report back.
It's well and worthily recommended, Lee - guaranteed to put a smile on your
face and make the worst bits of Xmas (children, relatives, food, TV, carols,
decorations etc) bearable.
> <!note to self - buy "resolve">
I'd let you have some of mine, but I've lost it all.
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