Bank Holiday weather

Yesterday we were enjoying the signs of spring

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watching the Nuthatch bring in nesting material

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to the hole under the eaves, which he had reduced with render to a Nuthatch-sized hole

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The frogspawn was starting to develop

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vole holes were proliferating

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the tomato seeds had germinated

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and Ian was developing his poise

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We enjoyed the snow on the distant mountains

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and were amused by the one little patch remaining locally

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The I-escaped-from-a-sparrowhawk-but-only-just Blackbird had been a week in the woodshed living a life of luxury.

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And then today was a Bank Holiday

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Wet, sticky snow with added ice crushed our optimism

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Trees that had survived far heavier snow last month succumbed

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one hen run was flattened

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Our neighbours were not amused either

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2 thoughts on “Bank Holiday weather

  1. Same here, our bank holiday guests had a lovley Spring day yesterday, the snow arrived overnight and the place is a quagmire, the paths are a mud way and the ponds have developed waterfalls and brimming over. Our guests tomorrow have decided to wing it!!! prepared for a mud bath!!

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