jonbanjo: Yes, well I think you need to live in the north of England (or else on an island off Dorset), before any more red squirrels can be seen in the wild; the North American grey squirrels apparently killed off the native red variety!Off hand, I'm not sure if I've ever seen a red one. I can be certain that I've not in my 10+ years of living in Norfolk.
Back to the bird tables, a couple of creatures I hope to get on camera on day are a greater spotted woodpecker and have another go at our jay but they come when it's colder to grab the peanuts. Also, I wouldn't mind a pic of the mean (I saw it take a collard dove) sparrow hawk that lurks ...
jonbanjo: Ty. Cromer is the place with the crabs, right?Me, these days lives near Cromer on the coast. Don't know Canada or anywhere else (non UK) in the world really other than, eg, from songs like Out On The Mira. Where roughly are you?
jonbanjo: I been around... Canadian citizen, though.Are you really from Canada, your knowledge of where I live is a amazing. Trains' they go along a train line, cars they go along the road. The old self binder goes along the corn, the poacher he goes along a wood I think. I'm not actaully from this part of the UK btw, born in Shropshire and lived many years in N Wales before moving here.
'Pilgrims and strangers on the earth' (Hebrews 11), right?Just to try and describe my self in answer to the Norfolk Dumpling question.
There are places I've been and scenes I like but also
The foxes have holes, and the birds of the air have nests; but the Son of man has not where to lay his head.
I'm certainly not Him. But don't have the sense of belonging somewhere some others have.