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In reply to Mike:
Mike B said:You are correct MC
That bears repeating "You are correct MC"...
Heehee, thank you, Mike, and that's not even the first time in the past 6 months
Early afternoon, I think:
But then around 14.30 the stream went down and didn't come back up.
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Late again here
Morning up to about 0930:
Narrow squeak, heehee:
Up to 15:30+
Mike B said:Around 2 35 MC some Male Reed Buntings in the trees.
Then the weather closed in temporarily:
Mike B said:Those are a flock of Chaffinches today
I was going to say that I'd have had them down as Chaffinches, Mike - I did check Reed Buntings via google and just thought "oh well, it's very distant and blurry, maybe that's what they are".
Mike B said:The Heron was standing on the river bank....the car was on the bridge! No danger.
That's what the "heehee" was for, Mike. I'd better not give up the day job
Mike B said:Put more tonic in the Gin! LOL
Those were the days, and only Plymouth would do. But I'm a good girl now
I had a phone call asking if I want a vaccination but I'll have to wait for a house-call, as with last autumn's flu jab.
Nothing more to report for the 18th - except that the closed-in weather wasn't temporary, it stayed dismal and wet.
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