Sunday, 17 May 2015

SUNDAY IS NATURE DAY...

Sorry to bother you, but the bird feeder is empty!

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  1. Lovely pictures young man, a Murphy free zone.

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    1. Yes Marcia. I felt I had to write something last night, more to round off the poll in which people had been kind enough to participate, rather than the idea that it was adding anything to the debate.

      But I think that after a week of dirty politics and conniving, a wee look at what our John calls "soppy" nature (because he's lucky enough to live in the middle of it), is just what the doctor ordered!

      :)

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  2. Well I don't care I like Soppy Nature, I do not care for Lamb and that means those fluffy wee things in the fields can stay safe from me. I used to inadvertently feed a squirrel who used to run along the fence and jump onto my feeder and I also had a field mouse and family who lived in my neighbour garden but fed in mine. I now live down from a dairy farm so am enjoying the smells of the countryside, May I commend your hard work and of course Munguin's taste in pictures.

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    1. it's lovely to be a part of nature, Helena.

      I don;t think John meant it really. He just wanted a bit more gossip on Jim... and I havfe a treat for him.

      Panda Paws has an article coming up tonight that looks again at our Jim.

      Thank you for your kind words and your support, Helena.

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    2. Jiminy Cricket!

      Sadly I like lambs liver with onions but can live without it if every last sheep was cleared from the Scottish mainland as we could make better use of our land without the relentless public subsidy.

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  3. Great pics.
    My apologies to the lamb but, you would be my dinner.

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    1. Thae lamb says "not if he saw your first" (You didn't know that there were carnivorous lambs, did you?)

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  4. Aww the second donkey looks like one I used to have. Twenty five years with me when he went aged 29.

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  5. Pic 8 I find fascinating as it encapsulates man in total harmony with his local environment. Where is it tris?

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    1. It's in Wales CH.

      A friend of mine looked at it and said... YES. That's where I want to live.

      Magic.

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  6. Save the lambs!

    Eat the donkeys.

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