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Posted: 03/08/2015 at 08:34

Morning all.

Warm and dry here.

Off to check for mole hills and then find a holiday with some winter sun.

Have a good day.

Favourite native mammal?

Posted: 01/08/2015 at 10:46
Bottle nosed Dolphins


Posted: 01/08/2015 at 10:45
Morning all. Lovely day again.

Have been failing to get on the forum all morning without success.

Congrats. Liri., a great achievement.

Gentle weeding is on the cards today, probably from a horizontal position.

Am off to see how it is done properly next weekend, with a trip to Sissinghurst and Great Dixter. CL is my gardening hero, so I hope it does not let me down.

Have a lovely day all.


Posted: 31/07/2015 at 17:20

I agree with her.


Posted: 31/07/2015 at 17:19

Afternoon all. Lovely day.

Paper read, cricket watched, NO alcohol drunk, although I think that will soon change, as there is a nice bottle of Provencal Rose chilling in the fridge awaiting OHs return from work. Should go nicely with that cake Dove.

I am already starting to think about next holiday, and I have only been back a week.

Have a lovely evening all.


Posted: 31/07/2015 at 08:02

Morning all. Lovely and sunny again, although it was 5 degrees when I went to SM.

Today I will mostly watching the cricket and then hopefully reading the newspapers in the garden. I feel there may be alcohol involved at some point.

Have a lovely day everyone.


Posted: 30/07/2015 at 16:40

Lovely day here.

Managed to get one of the lawns mowed and have done some gentle weeding.

New mole hills still appearing, I may have to get a Terminator in.


Posted: 30/07/2015 at 15:14

Is it because I lied when I was 17?


Posted: 30/07/2015 at 07:58

Morning forkers.

Lovely start today, having morning perambulate around the garden, heard a rustling in the reeds of the very overgrown pond and then  I saw a heron.

Must cut the lawns today, but then again must watch the cricket, which will win?

The Arctic

Posted: 29/07/2015 at 22:26

Luckily fidget didn't have much to do, except sticking a lot of stitches in one of the guys leg, after he stumbled into a crevasse. It was fun doing that on the glacier whilst the other guys stood around with guns in case a Polar bear was attracted.

Earlier this year someone was savaged after walking to far from his camp, by himself and with no weapon. He had an arm torn off, which might have been more tricky to manage.

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