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We don't stock up much, preferring to have an excuse to explore the town to buy our food.

We are going to stay a couple of nights at Hay ... it's blowing a gale and very cold ... though according to the news it was much colder back home.

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  1. I love seeing murals in country towns. They add so much character and charm.

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  2. The old and the modern. Mural v's shopping trolleys.

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  3. We've sure had a few cold patches this winter. Hopefully it's all passed now.

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