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PhilipInCoventry
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556 of 563  Sat 24th Jun 2017 12:53pm  
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Hi all Wave I like so many, am so saddened by events where folk do not have a home. Overseas, London tower block families & those that we see huddled in cardboard inside shop doorways. There were five at the entrance to the now closed BHS store as I passed last Wednesday. It is rewarding when we make the best use of what we have. Pam & I have enjoyed three eras of our home & garden. Newlyweds with not a care in the world & a garden to match. The serious homeowner era, growing tomatoes, spuds & stuff along with owning the latest gizmos. Phew! Now the care-home era. Lynn & Michael hardly look like grafting gardeners in this photo, yet that is exactly what they are. What an impact they have had on our home here. Isn't it so nice, that no matter where we have been, on hols, a trip to ladies day at Ascot with high tea, or seeing the orchestrated events in our city like today, we are able to come home, where our home is our sanctuary. Thank you Lynn & Michael. The hide-away. The house in view there is our neighbours, not ours. You have to get past the "wood" to see our home. A flashback to ten years ago. Very tired looking.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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557 of 563  Sat 24th Jun 2017 3:30pm  
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A lovely post today and photos, thank you Philip. Enjoy your weekend Wave
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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558 of 563  Sun 2nd Jul 2017 2:59pm  
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When I looked out this morning, and saw this . . . Smile . . . it was hard to remember that, three and a half years ago, it looked like this Oh my Well done, Mrs Red Cheers
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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559 of 563  Sun 2nd Jul 2017 4:43pm  
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Not Coventry but I can understand your sentiments MR, it's taken me two years, but it was well worth the wait. As you say well done Mrs. Red.
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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560 of 563  Sat 15th Jul 2017 12:45pm  
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Hi all Wave More than a drop of rain is needed to put the gardeners off duty, as they installed our new Mercy-Seat in our bolt-hole hideaway.
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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561 of 563  Wed 19th Jul 2017 1:24pm  
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Restful even on a dull day.
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Tricia
Bedworth
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562 of 563  Wed 19th Jul 2017 7:58pm  
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You look comfy Philip. Wave
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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563 of 563  Thu 20th Jul 2017 4:25am  
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Doesn't he just Tricia. A nice little hideaway for the moggy too. Excellent Philip Thumbs up
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