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PostSubject: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 6:16 pm

We have just got the results from our first race in frogland.

Race distance was 93.2 miles.  Birds up at 08:30 hrs.

We were 3rd and 4th Club.

A good start methinks.  I am hoping for better in a few weeks when our birds get used to being in a basket with other birds and get used to the system they will be on.

Happy days.

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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:07 pm

Nice result Phil, you show those frenchies bud
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:08 pm

that's a great start phil and hil ....well done you guys
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:13 pm

Great start Phil
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:18 pm

That's a good start.
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:30 pm

Well done Phil on that keep the good work up and flying the flag for us
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 7:35 pm

Well done!!
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Mon Apr 17, 2017 10:37 pm

great start to the season, well done phil & mrs ......keep it going cheers
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 1:22 am

blueskylofts wrote:
We have just got the results from our first race in frogland.

Race distance was 93.2 miles.  Birds up at 08:30 hrs.

We were 3rd and 4th Club.

A good start methinks.  I am hoping for better in a few weeks when our birds get used to being in a basket with other birds and get used to the system they will be on.

Happy days.

Fingers Phil
Nice one Phil Smile Smile with all the trauma going on there etc a job well done I say. Just a bit of wisdom thou Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes. Next xmas, please don't ask for a chain saw as such Smile Smile lol! lol! lol!. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:22 am

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blueskylofts wrote:
We have just got the results from our first race in frogland.

Race distance was 93.2 miles.  Birds up at 08:30 hrs.

We were 3rd and 4th Club.

A good start methinks.  I am hoping for better in a few weeks when our birds get used to being in a basket with other birds and get used to the system they will be on.

Happy days.

Fingers Phil
Nice one Phil Smile Smile with all the trauma going on there etc a job well done I say. Just a bit of wisdom thou Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes. Next xmas, please don't ask for a chain saw as such Smile Smile lol! lol! lol!. cheers


Too late mate - I have got two of them already.

Thanks for the nice words.

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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:34 am

Thank you to all that have passed on their encouraging words to us BOTH.

Like Ray and his bro, it is a joint effort here - my loveliness does as much as I do towards getting these birds right. She is especially fantastic with the babies and y/b's - must be that Mothering part of her coming to the fore.

Cheers everyone.

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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 7:05 am

well done phil hope the great results for you carry on cheers cheers cheers
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:06 am

blueskylofts wrote:
Knackered wrote:
blueskylofts wrote:
We have just got the results from our first race in frogland.

Race distance was 93.2 miles.  Birds up at 08:30 hrs.

We were 3rd and 4th Club.

A good start methinks.  I am hoping for better in a few weeks when our birds get used to being in a basket with other birds and get used to the system they will be on.

Happy days.

Fingers Phil
Nice one Phil Smile Smile with all the trauma going on there etc a job well done I say. Just a bit of wisdom thou Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes. Next xmas, please don't ask for a chain saw as such Smile Smile lol! lol! lol!. cheers


Too late mate - I have got two of them already.

Thanks for the nice words.

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2 Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes My feeling is Phil Smile Smile sadly, shortly we could have here, after your latest episode etc Wink Wink a one eyed, one arm & one legged pirat type, who would be more at home living in Bristol I suspect lol! lol! lol! than in froggy land. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 11:44 am

good start mate
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 2:36 pm

blueskylofts wrote:
Thank you to all that have passed on their encouraging words to us BOTH.

Like Ray and his bro, it is a joint effort here - my loveliness does as much as I do towards getting these birds right.  She is especially fantastic with the babies and y/b's - must be that Mothering part of her coming to the fore.

Cheers everyone.

Phil & Hil
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Any chance of me borrowing your hil for the season, my Mrs hates the pigeons with a vengeance , and she doesn't drive which is a pain, but when I'm ill with my arthritis she's the first one down the loft to feed and water them, go figure scratch
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Tue Apr 18, 2017 6:16 pm

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blueskylofts wrote:
Thank you to all that have passed on their encouraging words to us BOTH.

Like Ray and his bro, it is a joint effort here - my loveliness does as much as I do towards getting these birds right.  She is especially fantastic with the babies and y/b's - must be that Mothering part of her coming to the fore.

Cheers everyone.

Phil & Hil
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Any chance of me borrowing your hil for the season, my Mrs hates the pigeons with a vengeance , and she doesn't drive which is a pain, but when I'm ill with my arthritis she's the first one down the loft to feed and water them, go figure scratch



Women ah! Lofty - We will never understand them fully.

You know that men feel the need to 'make everything right, or to fix it (whatever IT might be at the time) - that is a bloke thing.

Women on the other hand, need to TALK things though. All they need is to talk it out. We, men, don't need to do anything - just listen. We don't have to put it right or to fix it - we just have to listen.

And that was the hardest thing for me to learn, when it come to dealing with women.

I can't profess to understand your wife Lofty any more than you do. All I can say is "be grateful she does the birds at all".

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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Wed Apr 19, 2017 12:37 am

blueskylofts wrote:
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blueskylofts wrote:
Thank you to all that have passed on their encouraging words to us BOTH.

Like Ray and his bro, it is a joint effort here - my loveliness does as much as I do towards getting these birds right.  She is especially fantastic with the babies and y/b's - must be that Mothering part of her coming to the fore.

Cheers everyone.

Phil & Hil
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Women ah! Lofty - We will never understand them fully.

You know that men feel the need to 'make everything right, or to fix it (whatever IT might be at the time) - that is a bloke thing.

Women on the other hand, need to TALK things though.  All they need is to talk it out.  We, men, don't need to do anything - just listen.  We don't have to put it right or to fix it - we just have to listen.

And that was the hardest thing for me to learn, when it come to dealing with women.

I can't profess to understand your wife Lofty any more than you do.  All I can say is "be grateful she does the birds at all".

Dr Phil
Thank's Dr Phil Smile Smile from my experience they are an absolute pain for most of the time etc  Rolling Eyes  Rolling Eyes but something one cannot do without fortunately Wink Wink from my perspective. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:27 am

Well done phil. .great start
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PostSubject: Re: First race from frogland    Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:49 am

phil has hit the nail on the head so to speak...women like to have a good old chin wag about things and men just like to get on with it ...I think we balance eachother out most of the time lol! its when yer not taking any notice of the waffle and you get found out that's when the s**t hits the fan ... Razz Mad lol!
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