Latest posts by Fairygirl

Bird feeders

Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:56

I don't feed peanuts either. There are peanut nibs in the food/seed mix I use.

I rarely get squirrels coming in now - and there's plenty of them around here 


Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:53
Steve 309 wrote (see)

Dover for the continent, Eastbourne for the incontinent, is it not?


That made me laugh out loud! 

Bird feeders

Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:28

Fixed to the fence B3. It's not very heavy. The hook is just for hanging the feeders from, although the top is made of netting, rather than the wire mesh the rest of it is made from, and  the hook helps to hold that in place at the back  

Autumn in Luxembourg

Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:20

Gorgeous Steve. That station is something else! A real piece of modern art. 

I don't think you should feel guilty about putting them on the camera thread either - it's what it's for, as well as any techie help that David can give us 


Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:16

Ooohh scones - yum 

I could be persuaded to make some today...

Can you send some of your sun over DD? Pretty please 

Bird feeders

Posted: 07/11/2015 at 09:12

Yes - mine! 


Same principle as flowers describes above, but big enough to accomodate a fat feeder too...and I don't mean the great tit  


Posted: 07/11/2015 at 08:51

Morning all. It is still morning isn't it?   

Feels very late for me - had a bit of a lie in 

That cheese n chard tart sounds nice Pat 

Glad you had a nice trip Steve. Saw your lovely pic on the camera thread.

WW - yes- it would be an insult just to put that jam on toast. Definitely needs some cake round it! Have a lovely day with mum

No fried eggs for me Dove. I'll stick to  my porridge. I think it might be difficult not to graze all day with the miserable weather. 

Who says wildlife can't adapt....just watched a dunnock sitting on the perch in the cage. He didn't look 100% comfy but, hey - it's a start!     Dennis is very comfortable with it now. 

Drat those chains.....

Posted: 06/11/2015 at 21:52


Verdun wrote (see)

several seem to dislike yellow .....if yellow suddenly disappeared how would we recognise custard?  


by the elephant's footprints of course...  

Garden Design Software

Posted: 06/11/2015 at 21:51

Paper and  technical pencil, and a good scale rule - for obvious reasons 


Posted: 06/11/2015 at 21:47

Scraping the 'bottom' of the barrel now Verd.....

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