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No woody......I said leave to..........

archiepem

sorry bowls . on the mulled wine

Archie.  I like all those 

hollie hock

Hello everyone, enjoying Autumn watch, I do like Chris Packham Great pumpkins Stacey the tree one looks great! Love plants through the post gardengirl, don't know what they are though.

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Happy Halloween you forkers.

Any of you know what the fear of Halloween is called?

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Dovefromabove

Hello folks!  Who gave Verdun the mushroom soup!!! 

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Welldone Stacey you win a mars Bar of course.

Now where does the Somhain come from?, no googling

chicky

Woody  - made me laugh (out loud)

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What prize will Dove give you for the longest word ever used on Forkers?

Dovefromabove

Well, if the longest word ever used on Forkers is used in a sentence, the prize is beer and cake 

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For beer and cake i'd learn it off by heart.

Still no answer to Samhain!

hollie hock wrote (see)

Hello everyone, enjoying Autumn watch, I do like Chris Packham Great pumpkins Stacey the tree one looks great! Love plants through the post gardengirl, don't know what they are though.

Acanthus plant just incase your seeds don't grow

 

Most plants in my pic are Lamiums, anemone and some others

Wow WW what a long word there

nice and wet now still not had any sweets yet - martymower for my treat

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Dovefromabove

I used to know what Samhain is - isn't it a Pagan festival to do with darkness?

My party piece is that I can spell antidisestablishmentarianism - even if I'm a little bit squiffly  but not if I'm very squiffly 

Woodgreen wonderboy

Hi GG... I like Chris packham too... he is a Southampton boy, supports the Saints, and lives in the New Forest...haven't bumped into him yet.

He would be one of my guests at a special dinner, along with Christo Lloyd ( if you are allowed to invite those who are already dead) That would be some lively discussion.

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Well done Dove.

Samhain was a winter festival in celtic times. Samhan is the Irish(gaelic) for November.

You may now enjoy some of that beer and cake you were giving away.