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Hi, Exile.

Not quite as far as Canada - Harvey came from just outside Matlock, Derbyshire. He's a 'Coltriever' - being 3/4 Golden Retriever and 1/4 Collie. ( His Mum was 50-50 Golden Retriever/Collie and Dad was pure Golden Retriever ).


He's very much at home on the boat whether acting as lookout or relaxing after a hard day at the helm !  Smile

Cheers

Steve.

Steve & Maggie.


Not quite an ancient mariner ..... though some say he was at sea before Pontius was a pilate !


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Wish it was me taking that picture as it sounds more interesting than a covered up eclipse.  Lol



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was it a lesser spotted tit warbler shoot i wonder

have a nice day all the best Dave

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We were moored on Olympic light that afternoon must just have missed them

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quote:"......
was it a lesser spotted tit warbler shoot i wonder
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Given the temperatures of late, they were probably blue tits.

Steve. CM1

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Hi,

Can confirm sighting and we gave her a round of applause as she bared all. She was completely oblivious to any attention from passing boats and they continued on regardless.

So if you see a red car with a man with a camera and a lady in a coat and little else opposite the Ferry at Horning get that camera ready.....

Ian & Liz

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the use of the broads and broads signs as a back drop for ohh natural pics is not new there has been a regular pics taken all over the river edge here on the broads for  yrs

I can tell yer storiie thta make ye hair curl.......

quite a common thang don,t yer know

always normally the same thing to resting gainst a sign with 3 mph or nam of place as back drop

it will always happen and some time yer see it, other yer don,t !!!!!!!

as tom jones would say "its not unusual " yeaaaah..!!!

now where me camera ,fleered trousers' and wide  open shirt and gold necklace etc etc ....come on

remember lots of ole birds to see here on the broads



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I was quite worried when I saw then headline of this thread, I thought someone was complaining about me wearing a kilt down the ferry on Saturday night!

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Had a similar experience on the Oxford canal about 10 years ago (not too far from the boatyard at Jericho shown in the Timothy and Prunella program last week).
About 9.00 am on a lovely summer day cruising past a large field of allotments when a young lady in just a short flared skirt and a big smile walked past us about 30 feet away.
I had my movie camera in by hand but was too gobsmacked to use it. When I finally realised, I couldn't bring myself to invade her privacy (what little their was of it) so gallantly didn't film her.
My recently acquired son-in-law was at the tiller; we exchanged bemused glances then looked back at the lady until my daughter appeared on deck and said: "so this is the sort of thing you are teaching my husband".
Roy

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