Hi, 88skida** as I have not seen you on here for a while, I guess you are 'on the bus' a lot.
I hope you are keeping well, I know you will have an eye open for photopportunities, so good hunting, old boy!!!
I am particularly drawn to these 'graveyard trees' as someone close to me was interred in this fashion, at their request!, is it called a forest burial?-so on the rare occasions I visit the place, I talk to the tree, it seems the natural thing to do,
Your new pictures are rather interesting, thanks for putting them up in B&W, it suits!
Hi Mike. Yes I have been driving all week. Late shifts always mess me up: I feel I can't really do anything in the mornings 'cos I know I have to go to work, and finishing at around midnight isn't condusive to socialising.
Linda has just signed up to Panoramio as "spuggy". You will find her on my favourites list. I am nervous about the competition due to the fact we always go "shooting" together. ;-)
Hope you are getting better after your "Poxy Doxy".
Single to the airport please-must be forever ringing in your ears, mate-but I dunno about the 'please' in some of the areas you drive through! (and without a shotgun!)
So, the mighty SKIDA has to look out for **spuggy*? Best of luck, marra-but yees have been sharing for a while noo, yeel manage aaareet aa think!
Me lugs is much better, just one has a bit of residual pain, hoping another 2-3 days'll see the back ont, cos aam gan oot wi the Blind society of Newcassel, on the coach for wer dinna at waaarkwuth, then weor gannin ti' the Holy island for a bit ratch aboot, aam tekkin me owld marra Terry, so's he can push me aboot in the wheaal chaior
Thanks for the early reply, I did not expect as you are drivin' aal ower.
Best regards tiv ye boath from Campadoon Mike
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