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25 June 2016 @ 10:21 pm
Winter is coming  
It was nine degrees here earlier tonight, which explains why I was so cold walking home from the pub after dinner. It's supposed to drop to 6 degrees overnight, being the coldest night so far this year. A three-cat night I think.

Today was lovely in the sun if you could get out of the wind. I joined my crazy-cat-lady friends for a barbeque in the park, followed by a long walk around the park which encompasses a few acres. It's a lot of fun; so many people come up to us to see the cats and ask questions about them. I guess it's not every day you see a parade of Maine Coons at your local park.

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Lineup of strollers - cats for the most part are hunkered down out of the breeze. Not something you see every day! That's Harry in the far right, and his dad Chirpy in the middle.

I've been borrowing a stroller from a friend but today I made a commitment and ordered my own one. Couldn't get the yellow that I wanted, and will have to settle for red and black (like Chirpy's pram, in the middle). Like father, like son I guess.
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miwahni: Pros BD tablemiwahni on June 26th, 2016 11:09 am (UTC)
I read so many of your comments and think 'I must get back to that' and then get distracted and don't.

I know exactly what that's like! I often save links to entries that I want to comment on, and then after looking at the link for a few days finally decide that the conversation has moved on, and delete it....

Kids in particular are fascinated by the cats, although we did once have one little girl who told us that it was "stupid". My friend replied that we may be stupid but she was rude and that was a lot worse. *g*

Sony's scooter is battery powered with the solar acting as a top-up, it's not enough to charge the scooter by itself. Still pretty neat though.

I had read that London had rain on Thursday (is that where you are, or was the rain more widespread?) and it was thought that the rain may have kept some of the referendum voters away. Muggy and warm sounds good, though, and it's nice to get out into the garden on days like that.

I wasn't sure what bindweed was so I looked it up, and found this: up to 500 seeds are produced per plant with 80 per cent of the seeds capable of remaining dormant in the soil for at least 20 years. That's pretty amazing really, no wonder it's hard to get rid of. Good luck with that!