Blimey – awoken by the world ending in a fire and brimstone finale, lots of flashes and lots of bangs. Rain so heavy it’s turned the road into a river. And, on the day we are providing hospitality on the 18 green of an industry golf comp. Wish I could go out on the bike to see the effects of this little lot – anyone else outside in this weather?Posted 4 years agoStonerSubscriber
perversely, the buggers who have been digging up our road for the last month decided to turn the water supply off between 10pm and 6am this morning.
Unfortunately they forgot to connect up their end this morning I reckon AS THERE’S NO FRIGGIN’ WATER!! And Im stinky. And running out of water for the kettle.
I might have to shower in the water butt.Posted 4 years agoStonerSubscriber
just been out to investigate and it appears that the interruption to the supply has caused a 4″ cement main just behind the garage to blow when they turned the water back on. So 5 houses up here are without water but Ive got a lovely paddling pool forming out the front of the house and the common is like a water bed – you can walk on it and the ground wobbles.
And severn trent “emergency number” seems to be on permanent holding muzak.
Can someone tweet the ******s and get them to pull their collective finger out.
EDIT: OH THAT’s JUST GREAT! Now it’s Coldplay 🙁 Today is not getting any better.Posted 4 years agoKunstlerMember
For the last wee while there’s been thunder cracks every 20 – 30 seconds here in Edinburgh. One which was incredibly close just now. And the rain has just started. Let’s get it out of the way today – I’ve three days of having to bike 40 miles around for work for the rest of this week.Posted 4 years ago
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