Avenue Farm Bed & Breakfast
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... other side, ostrich burgers were high on the menu with several stalls selling them, along with Aberdeen Angus and reindeer burgers, this was a bit hard to explain to son, he was worried that Santa may not get to him as the reindeer had been made into a blitzenburger, got round this by saying that the reindeer who made the grade went to help Santa, those that didnt made the burgers, this was fine until he thought ...
... waistline doesn't want me to mention. We wandered up the high street further where we noticed a Subbers that had a breakfast menu so settled for that, was not too bad, except they microwaved the **** out of it to heat it up, made it a bit soggy. Our final Brighton destination was to be the Brighton pier but on Queue the rain came, and the sleepy little tourist attraction was closed until later in the day. Knowing what was ahead of us, we headed back to our little ...
... ornamental trees bearing berries. They really like Rowan/sorbus/Mountain Ash and these trees are often used to make supermarket car parks and similar places less grim and off-putting - so this is where you might find them.
Today's Waxwings were almost against the form, being in a pleasant enough residential area a couple of miles from Wolverhampton city centre. They weren't hard to find because there was an ornamental Rowan absolutely dripping with pink ...
A the time of uploading this entry, we've had 731 visits by you guys. A big thank you to you all from both of us. We've enjoyed relating our experiences and it's nice to know that we've not been wasting our time.....
Final day's thoughts and observations from both of us!
I identified the tree - Indian Flame Tree - and as you can see it's stunning!
The Chinese fishing nets are non-functioning today - Phil was keen to video the cantilever action - must be ...
... for hours because he had seen plenty. Dozens of skuas, mainly Bonxies but with good numbers of Arctics and a few Pomarines as well. Even more interesting were the dozen or so Little Auks that he had noted (we’d seen our very first Little Auk earlier in the month from this same location).
The wind didn’t seem quite as strong now as it had been earlier and when the sea wasn’t shrouded in curtains of grey rain visibility was actually quite good ...
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