Monday, 18 August 2008

Miscellaneous stuff on Sunday

Tuesday update: lurking around our back door.


Who left these flowers for St Edmund? Now I know.



Cattle Market interface begins.


What is the collective noun for slugs? And where do you think they were?




10 comments:

Bury Boy said...

I think you know who left the flowers dont you....




Yes it was Ruby. on her return North.


The slugs picture is just coincidence one hopes, slugs could have been any where we saw them them down the backs, and off the watsons yard development.( rockingham road ).

Paul F said...

Unlike you, BB, I failed to guess this. Must be 'cos I'm so "recent" (31 yrs).

Bury Boy said...

Oh you read other blogs then, 31 year continuous living in our grat Geogian town.or did we have a sabatical in the big city.

Paul F said...

Well spotted BB, although I also commuted.

picklesmum said...

We had a mate of your Dragonfly in our conservatory today.

Anonymous said...

The collective name for slugs is slugere from the French (soft g followed by an accent)

Anonymous said...

I think you'll find the collective noun for slugs is "sluggee"

Paul F said...

I understand that cornucopia, escargatoire, rout or walk are all possible.

Anonymous said...

Would that be Richard Rout?

Paul F said...

erm...funny