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ciel last won the day on September 4

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    Scottish music, Wildlife, My garden, France

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  1. I'll add this The UK's new trade secretary met with US pressure groups to discuss weakening regulations UNEARTHED.GREENPEACE.ORG
  2. Well yes, but surely the purpose of these 'quizzes' is simply to raise awareness of an individual's personal CO2 footprint.
  3. As viewed from the Glen Quaich to Kenmore minor road.
  4. A bright fresh morning, 9C, and the wind has abated. The east has certainly managed to dodge the recent rain. This French Hen lingered for a spot of autumnal sunbathing on the barn roof.
  5. LOL I ventured outside (the door-step anyway) earlier this morning in the rain. There was a rabbit in the garden. However, even after pointing out to my spaniel, Jess, 'BUNNY' she sort of rolled her eyes and trotted back inside. Disagree with Catch's opinion about spaniels. Jess is an exceptional companion, very sensitive and well-trained - mind you, it drained about 5 years of the owner's patience.
  6. Well, the niche spot of severe frost requiring 'scrapping' of windscreens ( if there was one) must have sent you heavenwards.
  7. Not directly weather related, but may have a seasonal relevance. Perhaps @Northernlights can comment. This white stuff has been applied to the former barley field ( harvested 10 days ago or so) on several days over the past week. It blows into my garden. Lime?
  8. Don't be silly. There has not been an overnight hard frost anywhere, as yet, requiring more than a sweep with the wipers.
  9. Have you had a 'crisp day' yet. Or do you expect one soon?
  10. A contradiction in terms of your post.
  11. Yes, me too, but I also have looked out my warm pjs and wooly jumpers.
  12. I was lucky enought to watch this lift-off at Montrose Basin not long after sunrise yesterday morning. The cacophony was ear-splitting.There are around 50,000 Pink-feet there at present and numbers will build over the next couple of weeks or so before the majority disperse to overwinter at The Wash and Morecambe Bay.
  13. I was lucky enought to witness this lift-off at Montrose Basin not long after sunrise this morning. The noise was ear-splitting.There are around 50,000 there at present and numbers will build over the next couple of weeks or so before the majority disperse to The Wash and Morecambe Bay. Pink-footed Geese It was bright enough but darn cold, 6C and a brisk chilly breeze. A clear starry night this evening, and so I am expecting another chilly one.
  14. I find this reply completely lacking in rationality in terms of this topic. Who has parental responsibility, buys the vehicle and the fuel ?- not the children, I would suggest.
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