Ah... Busy Sean, up his ladder, picked off every leaf... and in the process scratched his arm and hurt his leg. Suddenly everything makes sense.
Except the dates of the injuries, of course, so clearly his shed is a time machine. That's it. I have everything completely worked out now.
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Was it as windy as it seems to have been? I love the photos. They reveal a great deal, and in a remarkably short time. Here, we've had great gusty gales roaring in over the bay, providing an exciting soundtrack to the early-winter evenings.
The leaves here seem to be clinging on as long as they can!
Just wanted to say that trees are glorious beings, in all seasons. Thanks for the photos!
All,sorry for once again being pretty late.It's, of course, all Andrew's fault, who made me chuckle and ... despair.Despair, as I felt pity I am not able to spontaneously find words for a proper response. ... And far am I to blame my pain/torn muscle. :)Andrew,thank you so much for making me laugh.If I am not as lazy as I use to bethere will be a post about someone claiming you are right. Stan,lots of wind we had; although what we are considering strong winds by people living on the coast (about 200 km northwards) might be considered a mild breeze.CherryPie,their best will not be good enough ... :)Claude,not often would I hug a tree, and thus I deo not easily fit in the category 'tree-hugger', but yes:Trees are wonderful ... creatures.Andrew,