Registered: Sun Jan 04 2009
Loc: Oswestry Shropshire UK
What lovely primulas Christinap! Does Precious walk well on her lead spanishLiz? Howie, the trees in your part of England are far more advanced than in our bit of Shropshire!
Here's a photo taken a few years ago in the Greenbay Botanical Gardens. I've been looking through old photos of our trip to USA as we're thinking of going again this year to celebrate our 30 years married.
Of all the things I've lost, I miss my mind the most!
Registered: Thu Feb 17 2000
Loc: Kingsbury London UK
I only got Lucy as I used a cat lead for my friend's cat who I was looking after for two weeks and was only happy when he went outside. Unfortunately the pet shop didn't tell me cat leads go under the front legs as well as a neck lead won't stay on, and when Jake wriggled out and wouldn't come in again I had to get a trap and caught Lucy as well who needed a home of her own. She didn't even like a collar and managed to get them all off within days of putting them on till I gave up.
I know everyone can Streetview now but wouldn't know where the more interesting views were, this is a typical road in Highgate.
"The climate system is a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible."
Registered: Sun May 18 2003
Loc: Arizona USA
Great photos all around. I especially like the flowers. I've been traveling up north where it's been very cold and snowing every other day. I'm looking forward to seeing some flowers for real very soon.
Here's ClaraSue playing in the snow this afternoon in northern Indiana, where it snowed yesterday and last night about 6 inches. For being an old girl, she does like to play in snow.
May the tail of the elephant never have to swat the flies from your face.
Registered: Tue May 15 2001
hello Precious and ClaraSue!
Everyday I have to go to this tank (what you'd probably call a dam) and start that pump down at the water edge and wait for it to fill up the poly tank. I usually do it early in the morning which is worth it sometimes
Registered: Thu Oct 27 2005
Loc: Timaru NZ
On the way out of Stratford-upon-Avon we stopped at Anne Hathaway's cottage. When checking to see how much it cost to look around insided we were shocked...it cost more than an arm and a leg. Needless to say we declined and caried on to Blackburn, my friend had to then turn around and head back to Leicester.