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Hi Keith, looking forward to some more great photos of the harbour, I hope it will bring many more people to the area. I do not know at this stage whether my Grandson will drive through Kirkcaldy or Dysart on the way up to St Andrews, we are keeping our fingers crossed. Ann
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Hi Keith, how are thing down at the harbour, looking forward to seeing some more great pictures. I am glad to hear they are going to spend some money around Dysart and Kirkcaldy. I am hoping that some day I will be able to get on a plane and come see it all for myself. Ann
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HI all, well Betty it is nice to hear someone else talk about getting rid of the old years dirt, I still do this even after 42 years. I tell the kids about what we used to do back home and they just look at me as if I am daft, they are or were to busy getting ready to go party. I have a small piece of coal I keep for luck and first footing. Well to all have a great year. Ann
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Hi Annnie and everyone, it's just gone 7.00pm on hogmanay, I am babysitting tonight but still doing the usual clean through the house and I will get in the bath about 10.00pm and wash all the old years dirt of ... the weather is gie dreich as they say, been raining, no snow here in Buckhaven thank goodness, wishing you all a happy, peaceful and prosperous New Year, CHEERS.



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Hi all, how is Hogmanay shaping up, is the weather still bad, heard that it was pretty bad, hope not to bad you can't go first footing. Have not been first footing since I left home. How about all you folks in Canada, do you first foot?.
well while all you goods folks overseas are freezing, right now in Australia we are melting, even hot with all air conditioners going in the house, if you peek out the door it is like an oven. the air is so hot.
How are things down in NZ Melissa ?, is it hot.
Looking forward to more photos Keith, and thank you again for all photos posted, you have given lots of pleasure to lots of people, and gave them a wee bit of home.
Happy New Year one and all. Ann
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Well Betty, this is always the time for something to go wrong, it is very hard in the cold weather to be without heat, at least we have the barbecue we can cook on if we need to, and we can sit in the sun. We are going to get over 35deg. in the city today and that means we will be hotter, no snow here for Christmas. If you get time post us a few snow photos.Tell your plumber that they work here if they need to and they get paid well to do so, not very nice to leave people in the lurch like that. Keep warm Ann
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Hi Ann, I hope you are nice and warm spare a thought for me, my heating and hot water system broke down on Friday when I had the kids, it was to late (after 8.00pm) to get an engineer out and he came on Saturday morning, put a new pump in and then found that a water pipe was blocked and said "plumbers don't work weekends" and I will have to wait till Monday,BBBBBBBBRRRRRRR.
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