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Heathite
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601 of 612  Fri 15th Nov 2019 1:06pm  
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Hi Dreamtime and thank you. I really enjoy watching the visitors. I took those from my bathroom window which is about 56 feet away from that fence. The sparrowhawk looks like a youngster to me. The squirrel tried to get past but the hawk stood its ground. But it was the hawk that flew off when the squirrel moved a bit closer.
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Heathite
Coventry
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602 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 8:14am  
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Hi all, another visit from a Sparrowhawk. I don't know if it is the same one as yesterday. But what a handsome creature Thumbs up
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603 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 10:09am  
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Helen F
Warrington
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604 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 10:55am  
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Awwww. Great photo. Thumbs up I know I've got at least one but I've only seen it whizzing past.
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PhilipInCoventry
Holbrooks
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605 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 12:31pm  
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Afternoon all Wave A friend of mine, Becky, is viewing this so close to her view from her window. MR & I are very familiar with this location. Floods. It's so easy to get carried away with the romance of tranquility, Constable paintings of our island, forgetting the reality that can occur. That of course shouldn't stop us living where we want to live. For a couple of decades, Pam & I enjoyed narrow-boating, only as a holiday breakaway. Constantly meeting residential boat folk, I became aware of the downsides of that, when a couple had lost their boat due to a canal breach, which capsized their dream home. I have no idea of how many of our members have been caught up in these dreadful UK floods, or the fires that are wrecking lives with our friends down-under. Love & best wishes to you all.
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Midland Red
Cherwell
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606 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 1:04pm  
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We certainly are, Philip Thumbs up Hope the horse is safe Oh my
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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607 of 612  Sat 16th Nov 2019 2:38pm  
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A great photo of you and friend Philip for the album. I think the world is in turmoil weatherwise at the moment. That was very kind of you to think of us down here whilst we have our eyes on the floods in the UK. I feel I should have posted this on your weather thread, Philip but we in the West are not having to endure the awful bush fires like those in NSW and Queensland and now know it was not all Mother Nature's fault as some were deliberately lit. At the same time our thoughts go to the firemen who risk their lives doing what comes naturally to them as the teams do in the UK helping those in trouble in the floods. We wish them well and keep safe and strong for each other. Wave
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argon
New Milton
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608 of 612  Sat 8th Feb 2020 4:41pm  
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Fear not! Summer is on its way. The first rose of summer. The second rose of summer.
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Kaga simpson
Peacehaven, East Sussex
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609 of 612  Sun 9th Feb 2020 10:17am  
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Yesterday, we picked four daffodils fully open, wish I could show you but I haven't caught up with that yet.
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argon
610 of 612  Sun 9th Feb 2020 2:12pm  
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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611 of 612  Mon 10th Feb 2020 5:16am  
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Argon. Obviously the conditions down under are all cockeyed compared to the lovely earth you are lucky to have for roses. My Golden Bunnies have been out, pruned, out again and now need pruning again, still can't make my mind up as to plant seedlings or not. Grrrrrr! By the way Argon, you will never see any litter of any kind around Philip's stations or junctions. Some poor soul must be out there in all weathers to keep it nice and tidy. Have a nice day. Wave
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Helen F
Warrington
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612 of 612  Mon 10th Feb 2020 3:06pm  
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If Philip's train model was set in the present, he'd have had to put a trampoline on the line rather than leaves.
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