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Well listening to the forecast this morning it does not look good for the foreseeable so let us hope we have not had our summer.   The races would not gone ahead on Saturday and the beginning of next week does not look great so no one is missing much TT wise.

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5 minutes ago, hissingsid said:

Well listening to the forecast this morning it does not look good for the foreseeable so let us hope we have not had our summer.   The races would not gone ahead on Saturday and the beginning of next week does not look great so no one is missing much TT wise.

I personally feel sorry for all of the restaurants who were finally allowed limited outdoor dining from Monday. Another win for cautious babysteps.
At least it may remind the anti car lobby that we do not live in a sub tropical climate and should cycle everywhere.

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Let’s put a massive dome over the island.with a small filter funnel hole over the reservoir bits.  
 

1 - Dry races every year

2 - No snow mountain road closures

3- outdoor felt museum can be open all  year round

Manx solution for Manx problem

 

 

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23 minutes ago, x-in-man said:

Let’s put a massive dome over the island.with a small filter funnel hole over the reservoir bits.  
 

1 - Dry races every year

2 - No snow mountain road closures

3- outdoor felt museum can be open all  year round

Manx solution for Manx problem

 

 

And under floor heating out to the 12nm area around the Island, so we can have warm beaches and seas.

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7 hours ago, Out of the blue said:

At least it may remind the anti car lobby that we do not live in a sub tropical climate and should cycle everywhere.

If only we had the sub tropical climate of, say, Amsterdam, or Copenhagen. 

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5 minutes ago, Yibble said:

If only we had the sub tropical climate of, say, Amsterdam, or Copenhagen. 

And the topography...?

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14 minutes ago, Yibble said:

If only we had the sub tropical climate of, say, Amsterdam, or Copenhagen. 

Or their sensible approach to pot.

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1 hour ago, x-in-man said:

Let’s put a massive dome over the island.with a small filter funnel hole over the reservoir bits.  
 

1 - Dry races every year

2 - No snow mountain road closures

3- outdoor felt museum can be open all  year round

Manx solution for Manx problem

 

 

4- Dark all the time. 

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5  transparent .. although the government would probably order a solid one.

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But with powerful lights and heat insulation, Teapot's weed would prosper. 

Plus the felt museum and monorail could be open topped.

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1 hour ago, piebaps said:

Plus the felt museum and monorail could be open topped.

Fuck yeah...I’m in.

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1 hour ago, piebaps said:

But with powerful lights and heat insulation, Teapot's weed would prosper. 

Plus the felt museum and monorail could be open topped.

Sunbathing under UV lights on Felt covered Loungers... heaven.

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12 hours ago, piebaps said:

But with powerful lights and heat insulation, Teapot's weed would prosper. 

Plus the felt museum and monorail could be open topped.

All built by hard working Englishmen...

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