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I live in a camper van with a couple of West Highland Terriers for company.
My passion is photography but it is a work in progress.
I am always willing to share what knowledge I have and can be contacted through the comments on this post or e-mail ADRIAN
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Monday, 17 December 2018

MERRY CHRISTMAS.

This is a subtle card for me. Possibly a little too subtle. I lost the tree lights and couldn't find where they had gone. I'll have another look and if I find them repost.

Have a great Christmas whatever you are up to.

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    1. Graham, tree lights either real or virtual are a real pain.

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  2. What a shame that you're in the dark Adrian!...I can remember the times when the Christmas tree lights 'blew' and you had to go to each light in the string in turn, remove it and pop in the white spare untill you'd found the one that had blown, and it always turned out to be one towards the end of the string...happy times!

    Merry Christmas Adrian and all the best for the New Year....[;o)

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  3. Trevor it was and what is worse mine used to either blow or come loose whilst sitting in the loft.

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  4. Looks good, even without lights, Adrian - probably because it doesn't reek of the commercial circus that Christmas has become!

    This year it's the candle bridge, not the tree lights, that let me down. It's worked for years without a single bulb blowing, but came to it this year and it wouldn't light. Put the meter on each bulb and for some inexplicable reason 4 out of 7 were open circuit and didn't 'ring'. Ended up buying a whole replacement unit as I couldn't be arsed to mess with it any more!

    Have a wonderful Christmas, and my best wishes to you for 2019 - - - Richard

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    1. Richard, it probably is for the best.
      The struggles I used to have with lights. The LED ones should be more reliable.

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  5. I like it just as it is. Subtle. Have a lovely Christmas, Adrian.

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    1. Frances, I usually can't resist adding bling. I must have been a magpie in a previous incarnation.

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  6. Very best wishes to the three of you.

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