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Hanging Basket Birds

By: sandiquiz , 4:45 PM GMT on January 18, 2017




As I sit at this computer, I can see over the top of the screen to a wooden structure that C calls "The Gallows", about ten feet from the window.

The purpose of the upright is to support a hanging basket. During last summer I had a hanging basket full of summer plants. I began to put small handful of bird food in the basket under the leaves for the robin, who often sat on the upright watching me. All summer he and his blue/great tit friends came down to the basket to root amongst the leaves for the food.

Come Autumn, and the death of the fuchsias and begonias, I planted it up with an evergreen plant and some heather. I also added a few slender garden stakes to try to deter the pigeons... to no avail! They seem to manage to squeeze through!

All through the winter I have enjoyed the constant comings and goings whilst I have been working at the computer, and I even picked up the camera on several occasions to photograph what visited "The Gallows"!

Here are some of the photos I took showing the range of birds I had visit.


Jay


Wood Pigeon


Blackbird - female


The friendly Robin


And even the squirrels found it!



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212. WunderAlertBot (Admin)
7:39 AM GMT on February 20, 2017
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211. WeatherWise
3:02 AM GMT on February 20, 2017
So rallying is the topic over here....I am afraid I have nothing to add. My first car was a red mustang convertible which had the big motor in it but never raced it. I know racing went on but not me. Have a good week, everyone.
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210. GardenGrrl
5:46 PM GMT on February 19, 2017
Good Morning, really had to laugh about Honda's being too expensive to service. Here, ordinary incomed folks could never afford to drive a Peugeot due to maintenance costs. Wonder why that is? Regular people don't drive Mercedes here either.
Now all the cars are so intertwined with computer parts and engineered to need a lift and special tools that is is really hard to do your own work now.

The old cars from the 60's and 70's had so much room in the engine compartment, especially pickup trucks, that one could practically sit in there and have a picnic lunch with a friend.
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209. whitewabit
5:33 PM GMT on February 19, 2017
Quoting 207. Ylee:

Not only that, a lot of the cars that were popular at that time didn't have seatbelts, and most of the ones that did weren't used. Not that a seatbelt(or an airbag, for that matter) would've helped that young man.

Good luck on the new blog!



no don't think an airbag would have help in that crash .. speed was just too high ..
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208. whitewabit
5:30 PM GMT on February 19, 2017
Sandi that is a good idea the lower horse power engines for new drivers ..

I would think it will save many lives ..

another warm one in the mid 50's at 11 am ..
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207. Ylee
3:08 PM GMT on February 19, 2017
Not only that, a lot of the cars that were popular at that time didn't have seatbelts, and most of the ones that did weren't used. Not that a seatbelt(or an airbag, for that matter) would've helped that young man.

Good luck on the new blog!
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206. sandiquiz
9:24 AM GMT on February 19, 2017
That is sad Wabit - I hate the thought of a young, inexperienced drivers getting behind the wheel of powerful cars.

Here, the young drivers under 21 are actually limited to 1400 cc cars for the first three years. Any young person who actually insures his car - and I do know there are always a few who don't - has to have "limiter" insurance. That means that the car has to have a speed limiter fitted in the car. Many parents put the kids on their car insurance to try to keep the cost down, as the insurance for anyone under 25 can cost almost as much as decent second hand car!


I need to come up with another blog idea... possibly tomorrow.

Another coffee needed!! BBL


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205. whitewabit
3:16 AM GMT on February 19, 2017
I had a 1968 Pontiac Firebird Convertible beautiful copper color .. with a 350 ci .. 425 horsepower engine with a Hurst
transmission and shifter with the tuned headers and a few other tricks in the exhaust and on the engine it was probably closer to 475 horse power .. and must admit I did do a little drag racing with it on timed lanes .. I beat a lot of Camaro's that their owners thought they were fast around Oklahoma City, Ok while in the service and stationed there .. I could whine 2nd gear out to about 95 with that heavy transmission .. would just walk away .. I've won 4 or 5 races on a Saturday evening .. not bad at 50 bucks a pop .. sure helped on a GI's pay ..

Always amazed me the same guys I would beat one month would be back trying to beat me the next month too .. it never worked out well for them .. I had an old guy that would super tuned mine by ear just before a race .. he never failed me best old engine mech I ever met .. he had a 55 Chevy Nomad that he had built from scratch no one could touch ..

met my wife and gave up the racing .. sold the Firebird and kick myself now .. would love to still have it .. my sister called me one Sunday morning a couple of months after selling it and told me my car was on the front page of the paper .. to come over and see .. sure enough there was a picture of what was left of it ..the kid I sold it too put it into a brick wall around a containment pound on Ocean Drive just south of Belmar, NJ .. killing himself and completely destroying the car .. they found it in 2nd gear and estimated he hit the wall at 110 mph .. I went and saw it and the engine was almost in the back seat .. and the car was about 5 feet shorter then it was suppose to be .. he drove/crashed it through a double concrete block wall finished with bricks on each side of it .. was over 24 inches thick .. it then traveled another 15 feet into 10 feet of water .. the broken wall and tracks to the water lead them to him and the car ..

very sad ..

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204. sandiquiz
1:21 PM GMT on February 18, 2017
It is already afternoon, and I'm just sitting down at the computer.
Turn chilly again now, here. Yesterday was a lovely day.

Bug It is strange how first impressions seem to last a long time. Dad and mum met each other at a dance. It was a dance that both nearly didn't attend. Mum had a puncture, on her bike, but at the last minute borrowed a friend's bike to cycle into town to attend the dance. Dad was only visiting the area, but was persuaded to go by his friends. If either haven't attended that dance on January 14, 1949, I wouldn't be here

Wabit Hill climbing can be a dangerous activity! I only have one go at it, but decided I didn't like it.

You are warm! We were warm yesterday, but it's gone cold again today!

Ycd Rallying in snow, is even worse than rallying in mud, I would think!

Jane Many of the "special occasions" that you actually celebrate we do not make a big issue of here. The religious services of Easter and Christmas seem to have a bigger following them things like Father's Day Valentine's Day or even St Patrick's Day.
We do not celebrate Mother's Day, but actually celebrates mothering Sunday, which has a stronger connotation to history than Hallmark cards.

GG Hope you are beginning to feel better. I love to my Honda cars, owning two Honda Preludes in the late 80s early 90s. The trouble was that they were very expensive to service.
Just occasionally I still drive my Peugeot as though I am rallying the Hillman! Lol

WTS Yes, funny how many of us used to rally... Ah, the good old days!!
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203. whitewabit
6:54 PM GMT on February 17, 2017
The record fell earlier this morning when we surpassed the 63 degree mark .. just after noon today
the temperature was 68 degrees !!!

Will we pay for it later when winter returns to the area .. Only time will tell !!
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202. WatchinTheSky
4:35 PM GMT on February 17, 2017
So funny - no, so cool, that there are so many have a past road rally history. A friend and I used to rally in a Fiat 850 Spider, very similar (probably the same) as wab described, even got 1st SOP (Seat Of the Pants, no special instrumentation) once. Ah, the old days :-)

Looks like the weather warmed up for you.
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201. GardenGrrl
4:25 PM GMT on February 17, 2017
Hi Sandi, yes the British version of rally racing is the one I think is cool. Sometimes watch you tube videos of them at work. That is so cool you actually got to do it. In the 80's I had a little Honda Wagon that could go just about anywhere and was great at fast turns and deep snow.

Also, when it got below zero mine was the only car that would start. (Batteries would die overnight) It was a stick so we would get a running start through the ally which had a downward slope, jump into the car and pop it into gear a few times and it would turn over. then I could go around and start other cars with battery cables...sometimes for a fee.
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200. JanesVacation
9:22 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
Hi Sandi, I hope he doesn't bring you a prawn sandwich, or any heart candies for dessert on Friday night take out night.

Valentine's Day is quite a big deal here. I saw a student bring a teacher a florist arrangement. The principal of our building brought in a giant card that she had received from her husband. It was easily 2 ft high. I guess size matters? tee hee

My family all texted me. Text messages have displaced the card business. The cute gifs and beating hearts and emoticons are much more fun and personal. Except, my son sent me a 10PM text that included a "Golden Girls" valentine animated gif. That was random - guess he thinks I'm as old as Betty White now.

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199. ycd0108
9:21 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
My only Rally was in winter on snow in a 'Cornbinder': Link
Now I'm trying to remember first encounters of the romantic kind that did not last.
Winches and 'post(s) comment'
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198. whitewabit
7:52 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
A friend use to do a timed road rally type racing .. he had a little MG and his wife was the navigator .. they had to check in at way points and had to be with a certain amount of time or points were deducted .. Least that's what I remember of it .. he sold the MG and don't think they competed any more after that .. was years ago ..

use to be a road hill climb at one of our parks .. had an elevation change of about 1500 feet on a very winding narrow road with switch backs about 2 miles long .. but a driver lost control an went over a hill about 100 feet into a gully .. with a Corvette no less that was totaled .. no more hill racing after that ..
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197. palmettobug53
7:52 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
All this talk about 'first meetings' and, for the life of me, I can't remember when I first laid eyes on Hubby. I had known one of his brothers for several years. At that time, Hubby was in the service and not living in Charleston. After he got out of the service and moved back to town, he and his brother started hanging out together. I just started seeing him at one of the local pubs and we just kind of 'fell in' together.
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196. sandiquiz
5:48 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
Quoting 195. GardenGrrl:

Think I remember you saying you used to do some rally racing?

Yes, way back in the dark ages I used to rally a British Racing Green (that's a colour) Hillman Imp. They had the engine at the back. We used to do "autocross".....

British
A form of motor racing in which cars are driven over a course including rough terrain or unmade roads.

North American
A form of competition in which cars are driven around an obstacle course, typically marked out by cones on an empty car park.

It was at a autocross rally when the ditch event happened. I had been watching the next heat after getting through the first round myself.

I had forgotten how square and "boxy" the car was!!



Bug - I have ear marked Friday's as the day... C always goes to fetch a "take out" meal on a Friday, so I have no cooking to do!
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195. GardenGrrl
5:03 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
Good Morning. Yes, who are these creative types that can bang stuff out like a machine and still have a life? Even when I don't have much of a social life just keeping house, critters and needing 8 hours sleep (minimum) seems to take up most of the time. Guess I'm one of those SMV's; slow moving vehicle ;-)

Quite exciting how you met your first husband. I do wish we had rally racing here. It is so much more interesting than NASCAR. Think I remember you saying you used to do some rally racing?
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194. palmettobug53
4:50 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
LOL, omigosh, ycd! that's too funny!

Sandi, re: finishing your sketches? No, you can't push out 100 sketches in one swell foop. Just pull the plug one day a week and get a few done until you are finished.

Your soup and scones look yummy.
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193. sandiquiz
4:36 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
Quoting 192. ycd0108:

After all: she was the one who butted out her cigarette in the beer can I was still working on to start our first conversation.
Me: "*Expletive* what do you think you are doing?"
She "Oh sorry. Hi"
Talk about 'pick-up lines' eh.

LOL!!!! The best chat up line ever!!

I actually 'got' my first husband when he threw himself, and me, into a ditch at a car rally when a car got out of control. It was sliding towards us in the mud and he happened to be standing beside me. He always said he was saving himself and I got in the way. But if he hadn't, I might not be here to tell the tale, as it actually slammed into the person who had been standing next to me the other side and broke his leg.

Shirley - I do wish I had all 100 finished!! I have six done - six I am happy with - and probably another 30 or so I need to change or improve.


I made some soup and cheese scones today - so I could show GG.

:)

Week 7 - 2017 "Soup and Cheese Scones"

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192. ycd0108
4:11 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
" where is the romance"
Good question. I'm sure Tloml wonders about that sometimes too but for some unknown reason she still puts up with me.
After all: she was the one who butted out her cigarette in the beer can I was still working on to start our first conversation.
Me: "*Expletive* what do you think you are doing?"
She "Oh sorry. Hi"
Talk about 'pick-up lines' eh.
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191. WeatherWise
3:46 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
OOOOPs....Read that wrong - I was so impressed that you had 100 done but in rereading I see you have 100 to do. YIKES! So not all in pleasure with that many looking at you.
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190. WeatherWise
3:44 PM GMT on February 16, 2017
Hi Sandi, Hope you are having a good day. Your temps look nice. It looks beautiful here just looking out the window but quite a chill on today. It has made it up to 45 F by mid morning. A good day for sketching or reading.

So what mountains are you moving today? Great that you have over 100 sketches done. I go in spells and sketch like crazy and then seems like it gets put away. Out of sight out of mind syndrome. I was looking through my Sibley bird book trying to decide what to sketch next just last night and this morning. I saw several I thought I might like to try sketching. Perhaps today will be the day.

Enjoy your day.
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189. sandiquiz
10:51 AM GMT on February 16, 2017
Quoting 188. whitewabit:

when I enter a comment on your blog I get a screen telling me that there is no blog .. but my comments did go thru ..

I think !!

Oh, are we starting that ..."I have no blog" again!! Hope not.

Thanks for your kind words on the snowdrop photo :)
The sun is shining here... gardening... here I come!!

Bug - I have almost 100 sketches to do.... I need to pace myself or I will get stale and most probably "bored"!!

ycd - I know you have been married a long time but where is the romance in "asking" her if she wanted some flowers! lol


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188. whitewabit
4:58 AM GMT on February 16, 2017
when I enter a comment on your blog I get a screen telling me that there is no blog .. but my comments did go thru ..

I think !!
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187. whitewabit
4:56 AM GMT on February 16, 2017
Kyote and I don't usually celebrate holidays any more either .. being retired we do what we want every day..

we would much rather cook a good steak on the BBQ then put up with restaurant fare that many times isn't cooked the way we want .. we do enjoy going to lunch in little out of the way restaurants that enjoy doing the fare they have and usually aren't a commercial brand and treat their customers like they want them to return !! better home cooked food usually !!
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186. whitewabit
4:48 AM GMT on February 16, 2017
I like the depth of field you used on the picture of the Snowdrops .. very nice ! brings out the one that is most open as the focal point !! Very Nice ! Very well composed ..
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185. palmettobug53
2:33 PM GMT on February 15, 2017
While I hope you've enjoyed your outing, if you want to get your sketching done, you may just have to pull the plug on the phone and computer and lock yourself into whatever room you're doing your sketching in. With a big DO NOT DISTURB sign hanging from the doorknob.

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184. ycd0108
11:41 AM GMT on February 15, 2017
Tloml and I were riding home together in my pickup loaded with beds and whatnot on the 13th and as we passed a roadside flower seller I asked if I should buy some flowers. "No was all (s)he said!" Link
Good luck with the 'sketching time'.
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183. sandiquiz
9:10 AM GMT on February 15, 2017
Why does it happen! I had planned on sketching for four days after being out for about six hours on Monday. Yesterday I got side tracked with household chores then last night I had a phone call inviting me out again today! I couldn't really turn it down, so off I go again!

I might get two days sketching this week... as long as the phone doesn't ring!!

Have a great Wednesday all:)
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182. sandiquiz
7:34 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
Thank you all for your kind Valentine's greetings.

Valentine's day is not a day I celebrate as such... but I received a box of chocolates today... from my coffee pod supplier!!! lol

Here is a Valentine's Day image for you all - Spring Snowdrops :)

Snowdrops... mean spring is coming :)

Be back tomorrow.
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181. whitewabit
7:34 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
Happy Valentines Day !!
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180. WeatherWise
5:48 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
Hope you are having a nice Valentines Evening, Sandi.
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179. WeatherWise
5:42 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
Happy Valentines! Have a nice Valentines Day. Tell someone you love them. Have a heart! LOVE??


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178. masshysteria
5:24 PM GMT on February 14, 2017

Hi Sandi! ~ Wanted to stop by to
wish you and yours a Very Happy
Valentines Day from snowbound Mass.
We've remarkably managed to keep up
with all the snow to where all is now
melting and, in places, exposing barren
ground. Whew! Boy, bring on the warmer
springtime temps!




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177. Proserpina
4:13 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
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176. palmettobug53
3:03 PM GMT on February 14, 2017
Happy Valentinie's Day, Sandi!
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175. GardenGrrl
10:55 AM GMT on February 14, 2017
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174. barbamz
9:49 AM GMT on February 14, 2017
Happy Valentines :-) How does Max sound?
Listen to this male snow leopard's love song in the Eastern Sayan mountains
By The Siberian Times reporter, 13 February 2017
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173. WatchinTheSky
10:16 PM GMT on February 13, 2017
I had to stop by someone who is getting real winter weather ;-) Wind, rain, sleet, snow!! But I think I am too late, I hear you have sunny blue skies, hmmm. (my opinions only and not those of IBM or WC)
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172. palmettobug53
8:04 PM GMT on February 13, 2017
LOL, Bogon! A draftee, for sure.

Sandi, hope C's tum has settled down by now. When you have that kind of tum upset, being away from home is definitely not workable.

Hope his job search is fruitful and very soon. Job hunting can be very demoralizing in this day and age. It's so competitive out there and so many places have hiring freezes or are in the process of downsizing.

Your robin photo would make a lovely Christmas card!
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171. Bogon
1:36 PM GMT on February 13, 2017
I'm happy to see that you finally got some sunshine, Sandi!

This weekend I watched an old war movie (A Bridge Too Far). One character admitted that he could never remember the password, so he carried an umbrella (in lieu of a rifle?) in hopes that it would serve to identify him as an Englishman. Civilized to the end, I'm not sure he quite got the whole soldier thing. He must have been drafted.
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170. GardenGrrl
10:55 AM GMT on February 13, 2017
Hi Sandi, have a great lunch. Raise a cup of coffee for us working stiffs whilst your out having fun ;-)

Nice Robin photo.
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169. sandiquiz
10:43 AM GMT on February 13, 2017
Good Morning

I am going out to lunch with an 'old' school colleague today. (Yes she is old, but then, so am I!) lol

She drives south and I drive north and we meet somewhere in the middle! Luckily all the snow has gone and the temps are up to 5-6 today (41-43)! Not what you might call warm, but certainly much warmer than we had this weekend with windchill on top of the freezing temperatures.

Poppy - I am blaming the prawns as he and I ate all the same food in the house and I was fine.
I saw the dam in California that is in danger of bursting.... you obviously have had lots of rain this year!

Wabit - we have BLUE sky!!!! lol

Ylee - thanks - no bribing necessary as the robin will sit and look in at the window. He is trying to attract my attention - letting me know that the feeder is empty and I better hurry up to refill it, or else!! lol

I, too, hope his luck changes soon. He needs to get a new job before he gets despondent. Officially, he is not of the books of CSC until the end of the month, but is already job hunting.
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168. Ylee
5:21 AM GMT on February 13, 2017
C hasn't had a good run of it in the past year, has he? :( Hope his luck changes soon!

Striking shot of the little red bird in #163! Did you bribe it with seed to have it pose like that? :' )
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167. whitewabit
8:49 PM GMT on February 12, 2017
another warm day for February here 45 degrees this afternoon and nice
sunshine and a beautiful color blue sky !
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166. calpoppy
4:01 PM GMT on February 12, 2017
seafood I hear can cause a terrible bout with food poisoning!! I hope C is doing better!!! Love all your bird shots, so detailed!! Snow is perfect for showing up your Robin!!!! We are cloudy again and maybe another shot at rain today, we had almost .50 from this last storm, which is all helping our drought!!
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165. sandiquiz
3:39 PM GMT on February 12, 2017
Quoting 164. Bogon:

I never know what to expect.

That is the British weather in a nutshell.... we never know what to expect!!
Only a foolish Brit goes out for the whole day without a raincoat!! lol
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164. Bogon
3:29 PM GMT on February 12, 2017
Sandi, I'm sorry to hear about C's sandwich and about your gray, snowy weather. It looks as though you have a low pressure area to your south. The flow around that low is drawing air across Britain from the Baltic Sea, so you're getting weather imported from places like Stockholm or Copenhagen.

When I try to analyze your weather, I have the same problem I have with (for example) ycd. Your west coast weather patterns are all sort of backwards or upside down compared to the ones I'm used to on the east coast. I never know what to expect.
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163. sandiquiz
7:39 AM GMT on February 12, 2017


This sets the scene!

I have just wandered out to the bird feeder in slippers and night-attire to feed the birds. It is cold and snowy out there!

Hi Wabit - thanks, I think he will survive! (At least he has managed to sleep all night)

Morning Shirley :)
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162. WeatherWise
7:56 PM GMT on February 11, 2017
Your jay is quite striking - nice clear detailed capture.
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