(Pardon the Scottish Accent)
In reply to gaynorsl:
Fabulous additions to the thread Gaynor.
That thrush looked good by the waters edge, and those robins, they get everywhere...
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Kind regards, Ann
Lot to learn
Sorry to hear about your little Sue, Gaynor, 16 years is a long time. I doubt you will ever forget her. We realised we are too soppy to have another pet after the demise of the last one. If you do manage to turn up at LM it will be lovely to see you. Since we will arrive at LM a few days after Hazel and Mike, you will just have to repeat everything for us once we get there! (And saying that somehow reminded me of one of my Aunties--she always managed to make us forget anything we might have told her by springing this on us immediately on arrival, "Tell me everything!")
gaynorsl said:Thank you all, I was so pleased to see the Dipper too, ages since I have spotted one, it must be before this lockdown anyway and that was just a quick glimpse if I remember correctly.
I don't know what happened to my reply yesterday, so apologies for it going AWOL.
My condolences for your loss of Sue, 16 years is a long time, and in that time great companionship bond is built between you both.
Here's to LM and other trips with your camera and report backs.
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