Tuesday, September 25

roses

 

What with the wet summer and now the even wetter autumn...I decided to save the last of the summer roses...before they ended up rain-bedragged and mushy!

Having said that...we both had a delicious fig from the "brown turkey fig tree" today...delicious...
...who says we don't live well up here in "dane land"...(vikings last night on BBC)!!!



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    1. thankyou Lyn...how are your's and isn't this weather mad?!

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  2. No roses chez nous, but a thick carpet of figs beneath the fig trees. The dogs eat a few as they pass, as do we. I wish I could find a figless person to take the rest.

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  3. ah Cro..what a thing and I can tell that you don't care a fig!!! they are like gold dust here!!

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  4. Our roses were finally brought to an end yesterday by five inches of rain in thirty six hours. Those last few always seem the most poignant don't they?

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  5. thankyou to my new follower....not sure which you are on the list ..but a very warm welcome to the antics at The Potters House Penketh.

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  6. I think you can now take the roses back out again - the rain has now gone the way of the Vikings :-)

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    1. oh that it were true...RuneE!! it tippleth down even as I write...we will wave to all as we sink below the water!!any vikings coming will find that the only resting spots are the tops of the mountains...just like Noah!!

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  7. You can now put your roses back out again - the rain has gone the way of the Vikings :-)

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  8. I hope there's a fig left for my visit!

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