In reply to Karen:
Happy Easter to you, too, Karen, and to all reading this thread! With Mrs. G back, now we need to see her mate, Aran, and Monty and Glesni and that would make this one fantastic Easter Day!
In reply to Gardenbirder:
Gardenbirder said:I've just dropped in to the forum after we were out for a long evening--an excellent Bach's St Mathew's Passion.
I've just dropped in to the forum after we were out for a long evening--an excellent Bach's St Mathew's Passion.
In reply to Ian S:
Link >>> Egg-static
Within the blog, ROP confirm that 5N(04) was indeed the intruder yesterday. Great to see her safely back but hopefully from now on she will stay at her own nest!
LOL - I don't think that Anya has quite got the measure of 33 yet!
In her blog she remarks about 33 being very insistent on helping Maya incubate but as the month progresses she will see that he does most of it:-D And not just days - we have also seen him doing the nightshift! :-D
Raining now ....
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Thanks, Everyone, for all the posts and pics.
Karen, Had to laugh at your comment that Anya does not yet have the measure of 33!
Ian, I'll PM you re: the concert.
Slanting rain for quite a while.
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In reply to scylla:
It could be snowing, not sure.
It's eased off since this recording but still something is falling:
It is absolutely heaving it down in Manton bay. I feel sorry for poor Maya. There was definitely snow encountered on my way here this morning. Can't see the other one yet as the light isn't good enough.
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