In reply to dibnlib:
There was some bonking action on the Dyfi nest this morning, got this for LIMPY's birthday - couldn't get all 3, one had opted out from tiredness ;)
I wonder if anyone has a link to CLARE's Just Giving page? I've searched 'n searched, but...
Tiger's Osprey Info & World Bird Cams
Thanks for pics, AQ - not had time to look at them yet.
I hope it's not too hot for Clare's walk, it's already very warm and bright, here.
OG - we were very warm, here, last night.
Just been in the garden to commune with my poppies:
In reply to Lindybird:
Scylla-- I just spent 15 minutes going thru Clares posts for 3 months! -- but the link is on the Chat Forum, page entitled "Sponsored Walk for Parkinson's UK!"
SCYLLA- maybe if you scroll back on here? That might not be possible though, it was a couple of months ago. She did give us a link then. Sorry can't be more helpful :-(
In reply to Heather B:
Ha! our posts crossed,LINDY!
SCYLLA _ and others searching :
Walk for Parkinson's - Glemham Hall 2018 | Parkinson's UK
Ospreys Rule OK, but Goldfinches come a close second!
In reply to original goldfinch:
This is the Just Giving Link for Clare/Limpy
Birdies LG DU update.
In reply to Mike:
We went to Eden Court to see the film "Edie" this afternoon. It is about a disillusioned lady in her 80s climbing "Suilven". The lead is played by Sheila Hancock who climbed the mountain herself and at the age or 85 has become the oldest person to do so. Amazing.
Didn't know that, Dibnlib. She is an amazing woman, still going strong and refusing to give up and "be old"
We had bright sunshine alternating with heavy clouds. Now its all gone grey and dark, but still don't think we are going to get any rain!
Good evening, all. I did the walk - thankfully it was overcast throughout, which was ideal. We went on to lunch at Minsmere, by which time the sun was out - phew! I'm absolutely knackered but feeling a bit better after a longish rest.
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