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Latest posts by KEF

Camera Corner

Posted: 18/01/2014 at 11:13

My hair still sticks up like a chimney sweeps brush


Posted: 18/01/2014 at 10:35

Thrown towel in regarding garden today.

Should do some HW, or build an ark, but decided a bit of shopping and an expedition to new Wetherspoons that has recently opened. ( To attend a temperance meeting )

Lizzie glad I'm not catering for 12. Hope you have a good time tomorrow.

Pleased that trees look okay chicky.

Fidget hope all is okay as you've got home.

Enjoy meeting Nut.

Archie hope you feel better today, don't do too much.

Hi to all I've missed

Kitchen will stay clean today, not cooking.



Camera Corner

Posted: 18/01/2014 at 10:03

Cia, beautiful rose.

Higgy great pictures.

David I like holiday shots  Hope eye healing well.

Ann I also get wobbly on piers, so no way I would have crossed it either.


Posted: 18/01/2014 at 09:02

Good Morning Verdun, think all the workers are having a lie in.

Verdun wrote (see)

Goooooooood morning FORKERS.  

Raining here......again    Surprise, surprise!

Would love to drive that digger Clari.  Prob show off my "look no hands" style 

There is something I could say about that Verd, but I'd best not.   Enjoy your day.



I really enjoy this forum

Posted: 18/01/2014 at 08:58

Hi Jonas & I think I've already said hello to Tracey

Jonas I'm feeling very lacking in motivation at the moment due to everything being wet through. What I have been doing is Googling the plants that people mention on the forum. I started keeping a book in the Summer of all the plants I wasn't familiar with and which sounded like my sort of I just need a bigger garden.

Tracey doesn't matter what questions you ask, we have all had to learn at some time. Years ago I went into panic mode because my Hostas were "dying" I re-potted, fed them to no avail. Had there been the forum someone would have told me that they die back in Winter, rather than me worrying.

Also the forum has taught me what "twerking" is.


Posted: 18/01/2014 at 08:41

Good Morning. I missed all the voting, but like all the pictures, even the digger.

Yes it's raining again. At this rate there won't be any goodness left in the garden.

Catch you all later.


Posted: 17/01/2014 at 16:36

Currently got enough heavily loaded Blackbirds at the minute, thanks.

Camera Corner

Posted: 17/01/2014 at 16:32

I've come to the conclusion that I can only take normal / zoom pictures in warm weather. Had fingeless gloves on and I still dither and get out of focus shots when I'm cold. Tried tucking arms in etc..and still failed. Tripod for a cheap camera, no chance. Must learn to walk before running 

As such an Expert on Macro.... I say it was a close up of  Red Admiral...he he he...( sorry was trying to impersonate our Verdun). Lovely picture.

Keep 'em coming on the thread.


Posted: 17/01/2014 at 16:19

Cauliflower cheese even !  Caulflower might be different.


Posted: 17/01/2014 at 16:18

Did someone say caulflower cheese? Would go very nice with my Gammon...Dove.

Clari, I'm going to have a look in my wardrobe and see if I can find my cossie.   How about a soil "take away" party...few bags each? Loved your mention of the Great Escape.

Verdun I'm getting giddy new shoots on a lot of things and bulbs poking up...he he soon be Spring...I so wish.

Have weeded tubs ( not exactly hard graft ) and areas I can get to without walking on the swamp aka as lawns.

Had a couple of nice hours outside, but you've guessed, it's raining again.

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