Saturday, 12 December 2015

SOPPY SUNDAY

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2. Wyoming.
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4. Glencoe
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6. California.
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9 . Eilean Donan Castle.
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11. Oregon (I think).
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14. Paris (believe it or not)
15. Ireland.... or rather Yorkshire (because Tris can't tell a White Rose from a Shamrock). Fortunately we have some bright (alert?) readers!
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21. New England.
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23. When you cast little rays of happiness into the lives of others they always come back to you. (Roughly translated.)
24. For Panda Paws.

30 comments:

  1. Otters much appreciated by the missus!

    And that gorilla cracked me up.

    zog

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  2. :)

    Cheeky monkey, one might say.

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  3. As for No 15, top right hand corner, this looks awfully like Malham Cove in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Are you sure it is Ireland.

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    1. I thought it was all going to be Yorkshire when I saw the white rose logo in the middle. Isn't that the Yorkshire symbol?

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    2. Oooops. I think I've made a mistake guys. I thought that was a shamrock. I'll correct it.

      Tris stands in corner with dunces cap on.

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    3. Is Tris colour blind?

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  4. Ouch! Does that dog in no 8 have cropped ears? It's making me wince. (The kitten with the chick is gorgeous.)

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    1. Aye. The Yanks allow this barbaric practice, yet you cannot see women's nipples on their TV.

      Oh, and they think folk like Donald Trump would make great presidents...

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    2. Well, not all of them Conan. Our Danny doesn't think much of him.... at all.

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    3. Conon the US have a very healthy pornography industry from what I have been told. I agree with you regarding cropping of ears though, I always know now a days where people get some of their dogs, Boxers with Tails are normally bought here, those still docked are from across the border where the English muddle through as normal.
      My Friend Molly sent her congratulations to the people of Scotland for telling Trump off and giving him the elbow.

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    4. Indeed Tris, there are some sane ones thank goodness.

      Helena, so does the rest of the world; I'm merely talking about the puritanical mindset of their media.

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    5. I see that Trump has lost his pole position now...

      Might have appealed to the complete nutters on the right of the GOP, but he has to appeal to the rest of the Republicans, and then later to more than 50% of the population.

      He has said that he would think about standing an an independent if the GoP don't select him, and that will split the right wing vote.

      That would be a pity...

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    6. Republican presidential candidates have been known to suffer whiplash as they pivot from the positions they took in the primary elections in the states (to secure the party label) where they must appeal to the right wing nut cases of the party, to the general election where they must appeal to more than 50% of the total voters in the country. Hard to see that Donald has the political skills for that, but then neither did Mitt Romney really, who ended up over time taking pretty much every conceivable stand on every issue......and also getting caught on a video recording telling wealthy donors that he had already written off 47% of the people in the country who are dependent on the government for assistance. All those greedy grasping POOR people don't you know....LOL.

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    1. I was thinking No 17 on a good day but you could be right.

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    2. Ohhhhh how cruel you guys are... and Niko such a harmless wee soul.

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    3. I though 17, 13 has far too much sense.

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    4. 17 is way too cuddly for Niko.

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  6. Guys number 13 is me when I realised there were no orang pictures ;-) But I was partially consoled by the baby elephants, the baby giraffe and the otters. Now off to watch Monkey Life which will have orangs.

    Still lovely as usual and just the thing for Sunday.

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  7. I loved the babies the giraffe made me smile, loved the kitten and the owlet, and well Gorillas are always my favourite, that one has so much character.
    I nearly missed the elephants, was looking on my Kindle this morning and could not work out what was following the man. The seal baby is surely laughing,

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    1. The giraffe was probably my favourite, although I liked the wee bug too...

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  8. Oh isn't picture 24 wonderful. And by far the best :-) Orangs are very fond of fruit. I've no idea who picture 13 could be, certainly not me...

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  9. In picture 12 I cannot tell Kezia, Wullie and Ruth apart.

    Saor Alba

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    1. Nooooo, none of them is a politician, Saor... They're all far too bright for that!

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    2. Nooooo, none of them is a politician, Saor... They're all far too bright for that!

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  10. As for Wyoming and Bison.....links to a couple of nice Wyoming/Bison combo pics. The Bison herd in Jackson Hole Wyoming along the east front of the Teton Range of the Rockies. High def shots. A click within the image brings them up full size (at least on my Browser.)

    http://www.daveshowalter.com/images/xl/BisonTetons.jpg

    https://s3.amazonaws.com/ah.sized.images/desktop/national-park-vacation-idea-itinerary-bison_lg.jpg

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  11. And this: https://www.facebook.com/LADbible/videos/2591896340857540/?pnref=story

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