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OVER 50's+ MOVING BACK TO THE UK - Part II

OVER 50's+ MOVING BACK TO THE UK - Part II

Old Jan 27th 2011, 11:53 pm
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Oops......Sorry Fulwood from now on Lancashire Lass just like me
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Old Jan 28th 2011, 1:19 am
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Front loading washing machines do not crease the clothes as much as top loaders & they use less water. The goverment here in Perth (WA) give us a discount voucher if we purchase a front loader for this reason.
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I just made my reservations and I leave on 4/18 and come back 5/21.. want to travel a bit like visit Ireland and Scotland as always - looking forward to it..
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I just made my reservations and I leave on 4/18 and come back 5/21.. want to travel a bit like visit Ireland and Scotland as always - looking forward to it..
Am totally green with envy
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Great news Fulwood, I am going back for a visit March 29th. my mum has bought me a ticket, my SIL is turning 50 and having a huge party, they want me there.
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Originally Posted by cheers View Post
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You are maybe out of the loop on modern washers. The front opening washers sell for a premium price because they are far more efficient for cleaning the clothes and the old top loading ones are on the way out (I write like I know what I'm talking about. Forgive me). I thought you knew that.

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Don't agree:0(with respect. Have had both and although the top loader uses more water it does a much better job at cleaning. The service guy agreed. It is also less likely to need serviced. I don't worry about creases with a tumble dryer. JMOP......
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Don't agree:0(with respect. Have had both and although the top loader uses more water it does a much better job at cleaning. The service guy agreed. It is also less likely to need serviced. I don't worry about creases with a tumble dryer. JMOP......
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i had a ticket I had to ticket by May 16 or 1200 quid was going down the Swannee (how I love ya, how I love ya etc. etc.).. Cost me 250 quid to change it so 1400 quid to visit my homeland. it's worth it..Im flying US airways..
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charleygirl have a great time.. for me it will be lovely as going to visit kids I was raised with and not seen some for over 30 years..
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i had a ticket I had to ticket by May 16 or 1200 quid was going down the Swannee (how I love ya, how I love ya etc. etc.).. Cost me 250 quid to change it so 1400 quid to visit my homeland. it's worth it..Im flying US airways..
Quid or dollars........sounds exorbitant. Lucky you!!!
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How about $477.70 round trip, Boston-Dublin, including tax 2/13-returning March 3rd?
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that is a great airfare..
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Hi everyone:

I've been SO tired when I come home from my new job, all I can do is sleep.. I hope it gets easier soon.

Anyway, I wanted to check in to see how everyone is. Hopefully you are all in good spirits.

Has Ldynlv gone to the UK now? Any news from her yet?
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