Monday, 27 July 2015

Welcome to my new followers Jules & Kim Cranson & Jennifer Williams.


Well the bird table will be taken away tommorow and all the feeders have been taken away, they will be cleaned up ready to use in the new place, I have done this gradually so it hasn't been to much of a shock to my feathered friends.
Here are just a few of the many pictures I have taken since we have been here.


















11 comments:

  1. Are you still moving to Cheltenham, even though son is living by himself?

    There are some beautiful areas here in Gloucestershire - and I'd highly recommend a visit to Slimbridge WWT

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    1. Hi he is going to stay in the halls of residence he says he can stay there for the first year and then he will have to move else where but he thinks after the first year he'll come back home but who knows, also he is doing it to help him meet new friends. We are still going as we wanted a change and have found a lovely place.x

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  2. Such beautiful photos, Marlene. They are stunning x

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  3. Lovely photos, very envious of the nuthatch, I've never seen one.

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    1. Thanks Sue we have a pair and they had young this year x

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  4. Oh what beautiful photos :) So many memories in each one :) I'm exited for you! I love moving! New home, new places to explore, new ways to layout the living room!i'm sad, i know haha :D xx

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    2. Yes it is extremely exciting, I can't wait, xx

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  5. We've not moved for 25 years. Last week we went to see my mother in law and brothers-in-law and families in Devon (hubby is from there) and we have now got itchy feet to go back. It just seems so much calmer down there with lots of gorgeous scenery. One day.....!! We were priced out of buying back in the 80's/90's in North Devon so came to live up north were I am from and bought a house within our budget.

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    1. North Devon is a lovely place to live, it will be a bit of a shock moving, but there is going to be plenty for us to do, we were lucky and bought a new build back in the 90's and when we sold it we came out of it very well.

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