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OldWoodenSpoon

@floydm Is this sticky?

This topic, UK based baking course for TFL users?, has been at the top of my "Recent Forum Posts" list since it was posted.  Was it made "sticky", or do I have a weird browser glitch going on? Or...?


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OldWoodenSpoon

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Floydm

Yes, Ruralidle asked if I could make that topic sticky for a few days and I agreed to.  


-Floyd

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OldWoodenSpoon

Thanks Floyd. 


I'm really glad my browser has not learned any new tricks.  I was unwilling to rule it out without asking.


OldWoodenSpoon

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Ruralidle

Sorry OWS


I didn't mean to get you worried!  I asked Floyd if there was some way we could draw this post to the attention of all UK-based TFL users and this seemed the best way to do it.  We need enough participants to make a course worthwhile so - if you want to come over to the UK to meet us you would be most welcome - we are not limiting paticipation to just UK bakers :)


Ruralidle

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OldWoodenSpoon

I run an old and pretty out of date browser out of professional necessity, so I'm always on the lookout for something that might not be working correctly in up to date web sites.  I figured I knew what was going on here but I wanted to verify it to make sure.  Floyd is used to me pestering him with my possible "technical difficulties".


If I mention to my wife that there is a baking class in the UK that I'd like to attend, those airline miles we've been saving up will be gone in a flash!!  I was there way back in '73 and I loved it.  I would not trade the USA for anything, but I sure would love to be able to spend more time "across the pond".  Thanks for the invite.  I'd love nothing better than to study, even briefly, under Andy.


OldWoodenSpoon