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From my window I can see - a flock of seagulls,

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Vintagefinemaid Report 5 Feb 2013 10:38

I can see sunshine from my window, with snow threatened for later. My little grandson is here today so we have been looking for birds through the window


Island Report 5 Feb 2013 10:40

Could be a Great Black Backed Gull, Emma. They tend to be solitary.

I shouldn't complain but the sun is shining right into my eyes at the moment :-(
I look forward to it being higher!


'Emma' Report 5 Feb 2013 10:43

I never knew that Island :-)

I have snow brrrrrrr :-(


GinN Report 5 Feb 2013 15:21

Oh no! I can see that a number of sheep have escaped from the field opposite, and some of them are getting into peoples gardens! Hope the farmer rounds them up soon, they can be very destructive.


JustJohn Report 5 Feb 2013 15:33

Finders keepers, Geordie. Seen price of lamb?

Try to render them yourself and book a stall on Fakenham Market :-D :-D ;-)


GinN Report 5 Feb 2013 15:39

Don't like lamb, John, you can have it! I hope we get lambs in the field opposite this year, though they are usually taken outside the village at lambing time.
Looks like the farmer and his dog are now on the case!