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Posted: 29/07/2015 at 08:32

ooh I was about to send a rescue party out for you DD.  It's amazing how animals are getting to grips with technology.  Only the other day the sound on the TV got louder and louder and OH discovered that the dog had her chin resting on the remote control.

Thanks for good wishes Pdoc, Winter and LilyP.  My foot is much improved and I've got wide, comfy sandals.  Shame I won't be seeing any polar bears or seals but hopefully will see the sun.  Must really crack on now.



Posted: 29/07/2015 at 07:37

Thanks Fairy, we will.  We'll be away by the time you're home from work so I'll see you next week.  I've had to wipe the condensation off the windows most days lately.  I keep telling them not to breathe in the bedrooms overnight but they take no notice.

Fresh runners are always a treat Dove.  Your weather has obviously suited them



Posted: 29/07/2015 at 07:10

Good morning.

Chicky you weren't the only one shouting at the TV last night.  What were they thinking?

Hope today goes well Winter - especially the parking

Rb your day yesterday sounded lovely and I'm sure OH will have had a lovely birthday.

Yesterday afternoon we found out we CAN go on holiday today.  Mum's doc is not sending her to hospital (as threatened) but will have another week of antibiotics and she's feeling brighter and insisting that we go.  I'll go down as soon as we're back.  Lots of rushing about and packing to do this morning.



Visit to Bressingham Gardens

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 21:07

I've been looking forward to your pics and they don't disappoint.  Bressingham looks stunning and I'm glad that you all had such a great day.  

The Arctic

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 18:22

Great pics Pdoc.  You will always remember this amazing experience. It's even exciting second-hand.

Fungal infection?

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 17:12

Seb you are right about it being a geranium.  I can't tell you which variety though.  It looks as though it has already  flowered and is now setting seed.  Some varieties can be cut back and will flower again.  The plant can be divided in autumn or spring to make more (if you want more).

I can't see anything to worry about.


Posted: 27/07/2015 at 10:12

Beautiful pics Liri.

Newbie alert!

Posted: 27/07/2015 at 10:11

She is Dave, but I definitely agree that the sycamore should go.  Both my neighbours have them at the bottom of the garden and I seem to get all the leaves in mine.  They both have tar spot and look pretty ugly.

Your garden is looking great for all the hard work you've put in.


Posted: 27/07/2015 at 08:35

Welcome back Pdoc.  What an amazing adventure you've had.  We really would love to hear more and see your pics

Remember to pick up your camera Dove!


Posted: 27/07/2015 at 07:16

Good morning


With a bit of luck the weather will hold for your trip to Bressingham Dove.  Hope Wonky doesn't oversleep this morning after her wild weekend.  Have fun and cakes and don't forget your cameras.  Wonder if little Panda will make an appearance.

When OH let the dog out late last night she went sniffing around and found a frog.  She got the fright of her life when it jumped and came running for protection.  What a wimp.

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