Geese, cuckoo pints, blossom and bluebells

April 28, 2014 at 10:32 pm Leave a comment

#AccordingtoRolo Out on our walkies today…wet blossom because of all the rain… Arum lilies (cuckoo pint) are showing their heads like aliens through the banks and did you know geese on the ground are called a ‘gaggle’ but geese on the wing are called a ‘skein’ – that’s what the smiley lady learnt from her DTGK crossword this weekend

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