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The Twiglet Zone (Live from Skaro!)

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I am a model. At the moment I am Marshal Ney from the Aifix Napoleonic Wars gift set..




We really do live in Skaro!

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Late Summer in Fairy Land

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How whimsical am I this morning? But really these Harebells belong in a Fairy glade much more than their spring time cousins the bluebells..

I found these on Box Hill...

Bath Time!

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21st Aug 2012, 20:48   | tags:,,comments (3)

Declaration!

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We changed cars recently and couldn't get our lovely Darwin fish off the old car without making a mess. BS said he'd like a flying spaghetti monster this time so here he is... Bless his noodly appendages!

Where my rainbow ends...

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7th Aug 2012, 20:41   comments (5)

Mallard Family

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We saw this little family last Sunday. We think they must be a second clutch...
5th Aug 2012, 19:56   | tags:,,comments (5)

Charcoal

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Do you remember when we all used to post photos like this?
30th Jul 2012, 22:59   comments (11)

Box Hill Olympic event

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I took this photo of Box Hill last Friday while we were waiting for the Torch to pass through our nearest town which is Dorking. This weekend the whole area is being given over to the road cycling events. Some people are upset and some people are excited. Me, I not particularly interested in the cycling but I've enjoyed being in an area that's part of it. There's going to be a lot of disruption but so? We've had plenty of warning and it's only one weekend out of life for the area.
27th Jul 2012, 16:43   | tags:,,comments (2)

Standing Stones

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I love this place. As well as the ring of stones there are 3 goats and a sheep to keep the grass down...

Read about the stones here, at the bottom of the page:

http://www.gattonpark.com/parkandgardens.html#mstones