I have put up five new photographs starting from the…

December 28, 2007 in webcams by MrFarmer

I have put up five new photographs starting from the sixth one down.

Hope you have a good Christmas and a Happy New year!!!! I am attaching a couple of photos the first is one that sue sent from her mobile it was taken at Pocklington show earlier this year can’t remember what type of bird it is maybe you can help. The second is of a Young hedgehog that was in my garden. The third is of my late cat Fred who I lost at Easter this year he was my baby with fur like silk always so smooth even though he was partly feral. Regards, Elaine.

MR FARMER I HAVE SENT YOU THREE DIFFERENT VIEWS OF MINEHEAD THINKING MAYBE SOME PEOPLE WOULD LIKE TO SEE SOME OF THE AREA YOU TALK OF IN DIARY THESE WERE TAKEN OFF THE PLEASURE BOAT WAVERLY AS WE PULLED INTO THE HARBOUR AT MINEHEAD FROM JOHN AND MARIE IN TAUNTON.

I tell you what, seeing the photographs from John and Marie made me fancy fish and chips after all the Turkey, Pork and Beef we have been eating. As it takes to long to get fish and chips home, the only time that we eat it is when we go to Minehead. We must be sad people, we can even see the place where we sit. In the first photo of Minehead. On the very far left is the Cottage that some of our Family stayed in during their Summer Holiday, unfortunately you cant see the rock face behind, that sometimes very large pieces fall off of and go through the cottage roof. The stairs at the end of the Harbour Pier is where the young lad died in the Summer, Tomb Stoning, what a rotten Christmas his parents must have had.

I hate shopping, I promise you Lady’s you wouldn’t want to go with me, it would be your worst night mare. As we needed to get Horse feed and it was half way to Exeter, I decided to allow a shopping expedition. Didn’t start that well. We decided to take the Park and Ride. The Bus Driver must have passed his test in Disney, he curbed the rear wheels twice going around bends. My knuckles were white with holding on to the handle of the seat in front of us.

Half an hour would be as much shopping that I would want to do, but I did try. After an hour I really had enough, but a sandwich would be nice, maybe with that inside me I could carry on for a bit longer. A take away bacon sandwich and pasty was ordered, the assistant pointed to the menu, to what type, it was then that we saw the price of the sandwich,