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So...Resurrected Five

Posted: Today at 12:46

Just got in with two very bedraggled dogs (left little Henry at home)  We came across the rather spectacular remains of a snowman on our walk....he  was no ordinary chap - he was dapper !  Arms out, hands on hips, and a sculptured face.....his nose had fallen off though.    The two dogs growled at him like they were demented....and then attacked  !!!  When they realised he was harmless, they had a good chew on the spent carrot nose before we continued our walk...... when we came home - the same way, one arm had melted and his head had fallen off.

I knew you would all want to know  

Last edited: 16 January 2017 12:47:39

Puzzlers Corner

Posted: Today at 00:03
Ladybird4 says:

Not yet Tetters as far as I know. Its quite a scroll back now so I may have missed it. Signing out for tonight to those who haven't seen my post on the other side. Catch you tomorrow.

See original post

     ,,,the other side ???   come back, we need you    g'night

Puzzlers Corner

Posted: Yesterday at 22:32

Did Hazel get her actress - the last one?   

Keeping Busy

Posted: Yesterday at 21:46

DR.... that was brilliant.  The timing perfect.  Nothing quite like playing your own music is there.  I miss my piano like fury.  Have you learned Mood Indigo yet?  If not, please get cracking, I`d like to hear it.

It`s in a minor key       Been listening to the kids on youtube this arvo playing jazz  

PS...just listened again - with the volume turned up  !!

Last edited: 15 January 2017 21:50:28

Privet saplings

Posted: Yesterday at 21:34

Privet is really easy to grow from cuttings.   When the weather warms up a bit, all you need to do is chop a few bits off and stick them in the ground, they root very easily.

Otherwise, I suggest you buy the smallest rooted plants you can find, and plant them when the ground is not frozen.

If you trim your hedge sometime in the next month or two, it would be ideal to use the trimmings.

Puzzlers Corner

Posted: Yesterday at 21:12

How about   '' The battle of little Big Horn''   or  ''Prey'' for the udder one wid der gun.

Thank you very much LB, but a little prize would have done   I`m all bashful now..

So...Resurrected Five

Posted: Yesterday at 20:53

You're thinking about it aren't you LB ......go on, own up....      

Puzzlers Corner

Posted: Yesterday at 20:51

The revenge of creature features.


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Posted: Yesterday at 20:40

The man who went up in smoke.

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Posted: Yesterday at 19:59


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