In reply to PimperneBloke:
(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to Linda257:
Linda257 said:for keeping you out of trouble
Ohh, I see....she wasn't with me, it was only when I typed about loitering, and she read it over my shoulder lol
"Each kindness shown to birds or men is sure to flutter back again"
In reply to HAZY:
PimperneBloke said:you should see how many windblown leaves and petals I have lol
been there, done that and got the "fooled by foliage" T-shirt lol
HAZY said:4 and half mile
Meant to add.... are you mad?? 4 1/2 miles!!!
PimperneBloke said:Meant to add.... are you mad?? 4 1/2 miles!!!
LOL !! to be honest, we had done this route a few years ago but today it seemed a lot more challenging as most of the pathways were old drovers tracks so we had to negotiate stones and rocks in the heat. The worrying thing was the map I'd printed was still at home and the further we went the more you worry about taking the right route ! Seemed twice as far as last time in 24 degrees but we eventually made it back to the car where we almost kissed the ground ha ha !
Lot to learn
Great post & photos. The first little moth is a Common Grass-veneer (Agriphila tristella) & the field moth is a Rosy-striped Knot-horn (Oncocera semi-rubella) .
Hazel in the Gironde estuary, France
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