Monthly Archives: April 2012

Let There Be Light…..

We’ve reached that stage when the daylight comes rushing up to meet us. Soon we’ll be having our daily 23.5 hours of light, and hopefully sunshine.  It creeps up on you up here. Last night I got up for a … Continue reading

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‘Tis A Chill Wind That…..

A potentially lovely day here today. Were it not for the freezing, biting wind from the West – I blame Norway myself. A common complaint made by Swedes that can cover just about anything.  I was up at around 07:15 … Continue reading

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Birdsong…..

After two days of rain, we have a bit of light snow this morning. As the ground is now so wet, it won’t/can’t settle. Thankfully. Thursday was a cracker, though. Wonderfully warm and sunny – wall-to-wall. Roger’s dog, Alex, is … Continue reading

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Sun, Sun, Sun, Here It Comes…..

Made it back from Spain with no problems, save for the security guy at Malaga airport being curious about the contents of my hand-baggage. It contained loads of odd, kitcheny bits and bobs. He took one look at the contents … Continue reading

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There’s A Moose Aboot The…..

We’ve had an interesting and relieving few days recently. The weather continues Spring-like, with odd snow flurries that fall but fail to settle in any meaningful way. Most of the garden is now clear, save for odd patches and many … Continue reading

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Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow…..

Having had (suffered??) fairly low temps for much of yesterday, at about 19:00 we had full sun and plus four degrees. Charlie was determined to get out for some evening foraging. Rocky was keen on joining him but I detained … Continue reading

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Is It Always Dark Up There?…..

Up at about 07:30 this morning when Jack decided he wanted an early pee. The mercury was reading minus ten, though it has since climbed to plus two degrees. It had been down to minus 13 a few hours earlier. … Continue reading

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