Sunday, 7 February 2021

Four Seasons in One Day - Crowded House - Part II

 A little late this morning as a result of a 'slack hammock' but more so as staggered by the 'HITS' still well into 4 figures, Maybe ALL of our Most Welcome New Readers might consider sending the Link to All of there addressees in a bid to double up! We thank you in advance - Cheers!

a.k.a. Changes - David Bowie

 Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes, turn and face the strange,
Ch-ch-changes, don't want to be a richer one
(Turn and face the strange)
Just gonna have to be a different one
Time may change me, but I can't trace time!

Up North, some wag had found a use for the 'fly-tipped' Tyre while at the
Sewerage Works
are starting to bloom as we also caught a few decent glimpses of our
Second for the Year
this time a female.
The SUN, from the Heath, was giving it a Best Shot but still didn't look too promising as a
waddled irresitably right before us.
It was raining somewhere but not hindering the passage of what was thought to be a
and my personal favourite
Rare Breed Shetland
browsing the Gorse something I have never quite been able to get my head around.
Although we see this regularly and often we remaine baffled how these animals manage to
chew and then swollow what is no more than a solid Crown of Thorns!
Along the Moors River a pair of
(male above, female below and with male Mallard on the clip)
On arrival back the
looked content come Rain or Shine.
Always interesting to have a yarn with the Gardener during which time
one of the local
perched most obligingly directly above us just befoe the next
Burst and an appearance of the local OK-PFY
which our 5th Cloumnist informs us carries hight-end
Oil Executives to and from Aberdeen among others.
Look Up the SUN is Out again and still no SNOW so
let's quit while we are ahead.

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