Halfmoon's journal

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I also keep getting logged out of the forum mid posts and I don't like it.

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I have made an adjustment to the way the session is validated. The board is now more lenient in changes to your IP address. I hope this reduces getting logged out.

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figmenter wrote:
Tue Oct 22, 2019 1:10 am
The board is now more lenient in changes to your IP address.
Yup, making a good difference when accessed via cellular modem.

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@halfmoon No hunters here but understand from experiences with my own diminutive DH that how furious the guy confronting is makes a lot of impact. He once gave chase in a car when he spotted a fly-tipping driver (much bigger) in action in our drive. Made him stop his van, return to our property and pick up and take away the load of garden waste he had just tipped there. All with our 6-year old DS strapped into the back seat. Son was stunned (and impressed).

Hope you enjoyed the grouse.

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saving-10-years wrote:
Sat Oct 26, 2019 6:09 am
@halfmoon No hunters here but understand from experiences with my own diminutive DH that how furious the guy confronting is makes a lot of impact. He once gave chase in a car when he spotted a fly-tipping driver (much bigger) in action in our drive. Made him stop his van, return to our property and pick up and take away the load of garden waste he had just tipped there. All with our 6-year old DS strapped into the back seat. Son was stunned (and impressed).

Hope you enjoyed the grouse.
I love the term "fly-tipping driver"! I was imagining someone tipping over flies. :lol: Context helped me to understand. Extra wonderful that your son was able to experience the power of fervor. :D

We didn't enjoy the grouse directly, because our friend/caretaker ate it and related the story to us later. Lots of vicarious enjoyment of the moment, though.

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Looking forward to more parts of your story, Halfmoon.

My guy has inherited the hoarder gene from his parents. It sucks sometimes. Good luck with that...

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@halfmoon, just wanted to let you know I spent some time this week reading your journal from beginning to end. What a fascinating life you and DH have had. As someone who doesn't know one end of a power tool from the other, I'm in awe of your achievements. Your property looks very tranquil and I particularly loved the arboretum. Wishing you both the best and looking forward to the next instalment.

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