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Date line Friday May 21 2010 16.15 pm


date 21/05 2010 outside temprature 24 degrees bright sun shine wind southerly 0 – 1.5 mile per hour, these pictures have not been altered in any way other than discribed

Front drive adjoining public higway
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Front drive border
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Sons bicycle rear wheel
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View across to other side of highway
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Front border I must replace that barrel
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Garden lamp and the stuffs still coming down
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Snow last Friday in the West Midlands ??? well we all know how changable our British weather can be
No it isn’t but I bet you had to look twice it is another of the gardening tials and tribulations I face annually although we have never seen it this heavy.
the white fluffy stuff is some of the millions af seeds carried on the light wind from nearby trees

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Never seen the like! What trees are they?

22 May, 2010


Not sure what type of tree they are but I have tried reserching Drc726 and believe they may be some type of Aspen at least they are the closest I can find

22 May, 2010



22 May, 2010


Ah, I thought you must have had a heavy hailstorm, till I read the bit at the end. Just looks like snow, incredible!

23 May, 2010


Goodness me, how long does that last then?

23 May, 2010


Hi Lincslass
The seeds normaly fallfor 3 4 weeks but this is an exsptional year so i just hope it will be over in less, they have already slowed

24 May, 2010


How very bizarre!!

26 May, 2010

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