Random ramblings from the cluttered brain of a Brit ex-pat North Devonian trying to keep cool in the summers and warm in the winters of The Great White North.
I just drove through Ontario on our way to Montreal....very nice....I had a hard time trying to remember that the speed limit signs were in KMs and not miles....fortunately, the police did not chose to stop me and remind me with a ticket!
Hi! Nice to meet you. Came to peep at Canada and get a good view of England!Would you believe it but I have not been on the London Eye even though I live in one of the London B orough's.I don't need to now as your pics gave me a good view.
I once barely escaped from being hit by a cricket ball :-)
aww...a human kitten! she is so cute!
EW! I had no idea cricket was dangerous. ;-)
"Whilst." You don't find may signs that use that word. At least, not around here. :-)
I was going to make the same comment as Craver vii, Whilst is not a word used by many here in California. It sounds quaint but certainly gets the message across. Thanks for showing us a unique sign. (for me, unique)
Foooooouuuuurrr! Oh no, wait. That's golf (also a dangerous sport)
Wow! I surely wouldn't want to be hit by a low-flying cricket ball. Great sign!
ha!That sign is funny.
Hello! thanks for the nice wishes on the 4th. It was a long drive back, let me tell you . . . I wasn't able to view blogs, because we had to unhitch a phone in order to hitch up the computer, and so only e-mails were accessible.
Your posts of England are impressive, especially your family history post.I can imagine your feelings in that churche. Did you go there first time now?Thank you for your comments on my site! My husband was then right, when he said to me, that it is a loon. He has been in Canada driving from Edmonton to Vancouver and back.Greetings to Callum, Melli can say now a duck, but in Finnish - ANKKA :)
I have thoroughly enjoyed your vacation....thank you for a great photo trip.
I had a pet cricket when I was little. I don't think my low flying cricket would have been much of a danger. Rosie would have been safe.
Oh that is a priceless shot. And I believe that they need a warning sign based on the cricket games I've seen!What a cutie she is!
Rosie lives dangerously! ... also climbing the rope!
Awwww. So cute!
Haha! This sign is funny! LOLAnd, my pieces are better described as 'extremely dimensional' because they are not quite 3D... yet! And, yes I try to post daily progress of my beadwork. Please stop by anytime! :D
What a little sweetie!
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