Register with us or sign in
Sweet dreams Pat
Just popped out and pruned the grapevine - that's one job ticked off the winter pruning list.
Very soon I must:
Walsingham Abbey is lovely and not very far from us, but I rarely go because whenever I've been at snowdrop time the parking is abysmal - there have been occasions when we've given up and just driven to the coast rather than try to find somewhere to park.
I could do a Saturday .......... what do people think?
Lily P - yes the wind turbines have a mechanism for slowing them, or reducing torque in strong winds, or even stopping them all together in high winds. Explanation here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wind_turbine_design otherwise the ones off the north Norfolk coast would take off and be in outer space by now!!!
BL enjoy your day in London!
Chicky, where on earth is that from! LOL
I spoke to Wonky last night - looks as if she'll find it difficult to get a weekday off in February - she and her lovely hub may have to do their own mini-walk one weekend.
I've seen several clumps of dwarf iris flowering in city gardens and on sheltered verges - they're quite early most years , just even more so this year.
Good morning Hazel G'day Pat
Hazel, hope there's not too much damage and disruption up there - hang onto your hat! Looks pretty horrid in Scotland http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-35467524
It's pretty gusty and noisy even down here in Norfolk
Keep warm, dry and safe everyone
Busy Lizzie, the restaurant was Brasserie Zedel at Piccadilly
We had some similar to those where I used to work - the wood pigeons took the cherry-like fruit while they were still green and swelling.