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Surfin' the Severn Bore158 viewsThis is the large wave (bore) coming up stream, photographed from the Severn Bore Pub. They actually surf the wave, and ride kayaks, etc. Marjorie and I were surprised (although I don't know why) at how muddy the water was. Guess this isn't Makaha.
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Severn Bore - Awaiting Breakfast and Wave260 viewsWe made breakfast reservations at the Severn Bore Pub and got up really early. The plan was to have breakfast-then-bore, but they were so crowded we had to wait until after the "event" to have our fry-up.
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Irene Burns, Marjorie 1's Friend from Adelaide138 viewsThis was Irene's birthday, celebrated at the Glass House in Worcester
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Wisteria Vine - Whitecroft165 viewsWhy doesn't this vine go up the wire we've put on the right? It seems to have a mind of its own.
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A rose from outside our kitchen window, Whitecroft172 viewsKevin planted three rose bushes outside the kitchen at Whitecroft, and they bloom 10 months out of each year. And when they're not blooming, they drop these great pink petals on our parsley and chives.
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Marjorie in Whitecroft Kitchen2090 viewsRipping some sort of meat apart with her bare hands.
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Marjorie Giving Me Her Best Pose162 views
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Marjorie, Corvette & Field of Rape148 viewsOn our way back from the Severn Bore, spring 2003
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Spring Morning on the Whitecroft "Canal"132 viewsUp early in the morning (unusual for me) to check on the newly arrived Bronze turkeys. I spotted these yellow flowers on the banks of the small Whitecroft "canal." It's spring.
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Magnolias - Whitecroft143 viewsI love magnolias, especially the big white ones you find all over the place in the U.S. south --- "grandaflora" I think they're called. This year the "English" magnolias have been gorgeous. I don't know if this is because of our hot summer in 2003. Whatever the reason, they're beautiful.
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Pigs in a Line171 viewsGood Friday morning, 2004. The pigs are in a nice chorus line, from left to right: the "original" Kune Kune, the Kune - Gloucester Old Spot cross (how did that happen?), the sinister Iron Age pig (now quite an elderly lady), and the Sinister - GOS cross.
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The Tamworth One115 viewsOne of our three new Tamworth ladies. The grass is still green --- they've only been on it for three days. In three weeks it will be a sea of mud. As they've been raised by the City of Gloucester in a "petting zoo" environment, they're very easy to handle.
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