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Sunny after a drenching rain yesterday.
Hope your day is sunny, too!
20/Aug/19 12:00 AM
20/Aug/19 12:00 AM
Wow! I did it! I'm first - even with a 'boot'!
20/Aug/19 12:01 AM
2:04 Good night all.
20/Aug/19 12:09 AM
Early birds and those to follow!!
20/Aug/19 12:23 AM
20/Aug/19 1:55 AM
so close . . .
20/Aug/19 1:55 AM
20/Aug/19 1:56 AM
2:20 - For me, fast. For folks like Anne, very slow!!
20/Aug/19 2:02 AM
1:37. Good Morning, all. How is your foot, Shiela? Will you be able to get away (to Italy?)?
20/Aug/19 2:20 AM
Good afternoon here - another sunny day after a welcomed morning of soaking rains yesterday; our veggie garden is being quite productive, especially the Heirloom tomatoes - Yum!
20/Aug/19 2:38 AM
I'm sure there must be other gardening enthusiasts in this group … what are you harvesting from your gardens?
20/Aug/19 2:39 AM
Kate for the lovely photo of the shore birds.
20/Aug/19 3:51 AM
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20/Aug/19 4:34 AM
Busy looking birds with interesting names
Nice post
20/Aug/19 4:58 AM
1:27. Good morning everyone.
20/Aug/19 5:38 AM
The weatherman just suggested we grow gills, given how humid it is today and forecast for the next few days. It is too hot to be outside, so I think my lungs will suffice.
20/Aug/19 6:36 AM

Back to geocaching for a minute. I started in Sept, 2002. I don't have many caches found (243), but what I lack in quantity, I think I make up for in quality. I have found caches in all but 2 states, Oklahoma and New Mexico. Also 5 provinces of Canada, Iceland, the UK, More...
20/Aug/19 7:02 AM
Morning all,great photo of Kate's.
20/Aug/19 7:04 AM
Joyce, nothing planted yet other than garlic and potaoes, but raspberries, blueberries, rhubarb, plums, figs, apricots, apples and hazelnuts are all starting to bud along with a few shoots of asparagus. To be planted later corn and beetroot and maybe eggplant.
20/Aug/19 9:40 AM
Keith..... ...enjoy your bach time!
20/Aug/19 9:42 AM
You might enjoy Bach but I meant beach.
20/Aug/19 9:42 AM
Oh, Peter - thanks for replying! I decided must be no one was into gardening! You must have quite a varied orchard! ...and lucky you with hazelnut trees - they are my very favorite nut, but sadly not easily found for purchase, although I can find them in a particular brand of mixed snack More...
20/Aug/19 1:39 PM
There is something strange going on among the plants in my apartment. Today a healthy-looking peperomia leaf committed suicide. It leaped not only off its stem but flew several feet before falling to its death. Well, I guess it did the flying already dead, having severed itself from its stem. I More...
20/Aug/19 2:16 PM
I made a discovery today on the crossword page. When I completed the puzzle for today, there was no photo, but I noticed that there was an explanation of where the photos came from. So-o-o- I went and did a crossword from 2012 and sure enough, it turned into a photo when the puzzle is completed.
20/Aug/19 3:05 PM
I've got even less caches found Hal, 154 from memory. I'm contemplating getting back into it to add a bit of variety to my running.
20/Aug/19 5:00 PM
A good response to Saturday's puzzle. There were a total of 12 solvers, and their performance was perfect. They are Sarah, Tyranids, Wombat, Chris, Peter, Arachnid,Amelia, Kathy Joyce, Snowbird, Scout and Judy. Geographical Distribution.
US Male 1 Female 5
Oz Male 4 Female More...
20/Aug/19 5:34 PM
all. Yesterday was another busy and long day as hubby had his second cataract removed. We had to drive 1 1/2 hours each way to the hospital, then wait 4 hours for his follow-up with the surgeon. All told, 10 hours from home to home.
20/Aug/19 9:15 PM
Joyce, we have had a vegetable garden for almost 50 years, growing tomatoes, sweet peppers, French filet beans, sugar snap peas, Swiss chard, carrots, parsnips, beets, yellow & green zucchini and asparagus.our fruits have included raspberries, blueberries pears and ground cherries. Because of our More...
20/Aug/19 9:29 PM
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