Discussion in 'The CookingBites Cafe' started by buckytom, 31 Mar 2017.
There are some very clever people out there, I take my hat off to anyone that creative and skilled.
This is a place called the bay of islands. This is Russell. I'm not named after this place but I do love it up there.
We go there every 4 or 5 years. It's in the north island. Pohutakawas every where. Beautiful tree.
Pronounced Poe hoota kar Wah.
Most beautiful! I reveal here my most-disliked temperament: showing the "other side of the coin". We have inherited here in some of our warm Southern States, an environmentally-challenging vine named Kudzu. It can literally envelope entire trees, shutting off their supply of light:
Wow, great pics.
Heading over the Brecon Beacons yesterday - not for the faint-hearted!
I spent some time on the moors of the Brecon Beacons and in February '70. It was extremely cold.
Was cheered up by this £1 bunch of daffodils:
No wonder they look happy daffodils - they've drunk all the beer!
Nice pic mg, must be Spring over there? Eclectic book collection!
Not my books - I am staying with my friend in Saffron Walden (Essex). Its not Spring yet - we just get imported daffodils from late January onwards.
Our daffs appear August here, hagley park (huge park in our city) is full of them. Our city is surrounded by the 4 avenues. These also are full of them as well. People get peed off as a few Asians pinch them and resell them.
I heard all about them Essex girls lol, in a pub in London. The moat house from memory?
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