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By David


Rowan Berries (Sorbus aucuparia (Mountain ash))



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Good pic, David :o)

5 Sep, 2009

 

He didnt talk to the rowan fairies tho Terra!

5 Sep, 2009

 

Never heard of them, I must say. Have always associated the Rowan with "bad" witches.You should plant a Rowan at your garden gate, to keep them at a distance. NB - Has no efffect on door-to-door salesfolk.

7 Sep, 2009

 

Go on, David... whisper to the rowan fairies....
might have a good effffffffffect...Lol.

7 Sep, 2009

 

Whatever would the neighbours think? It might be after dark, but nowhere near the witching hour - heeheeeheeeheeheee! :-))

Hang on a mo, though - as I gaze into my plasma screen, I see that something truly magical has happened.

The number of pics on GOY has surpassed the 100 000 mark! Oh well, no hope in Hell of ever catching up now!

:-)

7 Sep, 2009

 

My outbox is getting near to 25,000....
..I'm doing my best to catch up..Lol. :o)

7 Sep, 2009

 

Have you spoken to them yet, David?

7 Sep, 2009

 

chocolate fairies..... that will get his attention, Marie :o)

7 Sep, 2009

 

The only kind that will!
I've put your wellie pics up!

7 Sep, 2009

 

Oooooh, I'm over there now...

7 Sep, 2009

 

LOL!

7 Sep, 2009



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