Even tho I appear not to have got up 'n running fully today, I have to take a break. I hope I can contribute later. Laddie just landed, either with or on top of a clump ;) Oh, and there was a chirp ;)
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In reply to scylla:
In reply to Sandra :
Still no break here but one is now very imminent !!! I will later have a run-thru of Laddie's day, for anything special/different....
In the morning I hope to see a Mary-Special of Laddie's Lovely Layout ;)
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Took this snip at 05.35 am thought it looked like Lassie for a second - V on forehead but think it is maybe the wet is making it look like that. If it is Laddie he has been standing looking around for the last 20 mins or so.
Vague Spanish dancer too though - think the rain has been playing havoc with his coiffure
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Maybe it is because I am so desperately wanting to see Lassie home safe that I thought that when I first logged on....
He looks so lost just standing looking around for her
scylla said:In the morning I hope to see a Mary-Special of Laddie's Lovely Layout ;)
And I am not disappointed Thank you, MARY! :-* I'm desperate to see Lassie too.
Laddie had landed @ 05:23 and waited doing nothing much for half an hour. As you can see, he's been back since.
Just now he landed with quite positive chirps and I was hopeful, no result tho. Empty nest now.
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