:2fun::2fun: Nah got to fit all their cars and motorbikes in there and have a good size working area. Well thats what they tell me maybe it could be for parties and their keeping quiet about it That dont tell mum thing could be happening:biggrin:
You want me to book it for you now?:2fun::2fun:
Well i went to play a few holes of golf first thing....packed in after two holes,glorious morning...winter wonderland.........but got caught short on the second hle and ended up sticking to the ground:biggrin:
Will be driving with great caution for the next two weeks judging by the long term forecast.
I took our 3 sons on a road trip to the Snowy Mountains in NSW, about 32 years ago, it was a promise for them to see the snow.
The week before we were due to leave, their dad got a new job, and couldn't take the time off, not wanting to dissappoint, we decided,that I would take them.
The boys were 6,10,and 12yrs old at the time.
The 2 week trip was great, but the first day we arrived at the snow,a place called Smiggins Holes, the kids had a huge snowball fight, and the 10 year old got a cut lip,that put a dampener on the day. But the next 3 days we had a ball, going down the slopes on our toboggans.A nice place to holiday, but I'm not fond of cold feet.The boys loved it. Joan
Just as well I didn't have to apply via Roscommon Office for copies of Birth certificates. I got to know my way around Dublin GRO and Library and Archives for copies of certificates and getting R.I.C. service numbers from the book in the library then getting the service records off film at the Archives.