In reply to Gardenbirder:
BOP DE WOP OP
Bases Of Posts Deserve Equality With Other Parts Of Posts
In reply to PimperneBloke:
PimperneBloke said:Bases Of Posts Deserve Equality With Other Parts Of Posts
I have to give PB some support here. As well as Hares needing a scratching post to remove an itch how else is a Locust expected to get to the top without there being a base. LOL
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Thank you for the support there Tony, most appreciated.
Gaynor... I'm available for weddings, funerals and Bar Mitzvah's
PB, I like the idea, however, why not set the thread up yourself?
It is with fellow forum users who see what they feel is an interesting topic/observation who set these threads up for all to enjoy and participate in.
These threads are interesting and can get very long if they span over a prolonged period of time. I think the only advice I would give, is make a thread for 2019, then next year, it can be 2020
I bet a lot would be more than happy to contribute
I think that could make me a member of the "BOP DE WOP OP" society....
Seriously, it's your idea, it seems to be a good idea, so go for it.
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The brick fence post....
Not quite a fence post, but definitely a vantage point just the same, the chimera chimney...
Young Pied Wagtail .... not on the actual post .... but close enough.!!
A young elderly Willowchaff :-)
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