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PeterB
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286 of 289  Tue 13th Jun 2017 7:19pm  
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Four of the six cygnets at the Swanswell. This is the first set of cygnets at the Swanswell that I'm aware of. Peter.
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Dreamtime
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287 of 289  Wed 14th Jun 2017 1:15am  
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I just have to thank you for that photo PeterB, Thank you. Thumbs up
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PhilipInCoventry
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288 of 289  Sat 28th Oct 2017 1:40pm  
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Hi all Wave JUST BEING CYNICAL ************************** How we perceive an issue can vary so much, depending on our mood, whether we have just been reading the Financial Times or Private Eye. Well I never! Some folk take their best togs out of their wardrobe, stuff it into bags & then cart it around so as to see a new view, a different blade of grass or whatever. They call it a holiday. You know, the queues at airports kind of thing. By the way, thank you Peter, for posting the article about the train missing or overshooting Bedworth railway station. I bet that wasn't on the latest Thompson holiday gazette news, hey! I shouldn't be so cynical, as my Pam enjoys a few days away now & again, probably to get away from me. It has been a few years since I have stayed away from home on holiday, simply because I so enjoy seeing what is on our doorstep. I have enjoyed a few trips further afield, but they are more often than not, offers from senior railcards. They have included trips all over England & Wales, but I am usually back home the same day. The pictures below, I asked friends to tell me where they are from. One said the Lake District, another said The Broads. Well, actually they are from this map. Just a twenty minute bus ride from Dorridge railway station. We change the clocks back tonight, so the days for long walks out in the sticks maybe a bit limited as we head into winter, but I have the sweetest memories of visiting Earlswood Lakes just a few weeks ago. Yes, I do have the advantage of being able to use my free to use bus-pass, on the trains too inside the West Midlands area, but anyone can buy a train, bus & tram day-tripper ticket that costs less than £7, or better still the family version, two adults plus up to two children. I have a list longer than my arm of places to visit during winter. No togs stuffed into bags, a variety of ways to come home, when I want to come home. It doesn't get much better. Cheers
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Dreamtime
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289 of 289  Sat 28th Oct 2017 1:47pm  
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Thanks Philip, it's like another world dreaming across the water there. Wave
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