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Sunday, February 15, 2015

Queensbury, Fogged out day

Still misty, murky late afternoon up here so took advantage of a bad job and caught up to some work on the stepmothers bungalow at Shelf Moor.
An interesting area which seems to right under a flight path with constant traffic above.
Pinkies are seen over regular and today there was always something moving with Canada Geese, Greylag geese, LBB gulls, small gulls and Lapwings.
Several Lapwings were going down in the pond field by Soper Lane along with 4 Mallard.
The bottom of the garden, which is well overgrown, and another of my to do jobs,held Collared Doves, Robins, Wrens and Dunnocks.
Back to work tomorrow and hoping for a better weekend next week.
BS

2 comments:

Bradshaw Rambler said...

I guess your lottery results match mine.
John

Brian Sumner . said...

Lets just say, I,m off to work in the morning