Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Shiver me timbers!


  "Shiver me timbers"? What the hells... It wasn't even cold!
 You know, it's really difficult coming up with a new post title for a load of photos, the subject matter of which has been taken to tedium?! Besides, there's a lot of timber.
  Well, at least I'm doing something. You barely do shit all around here anymore!
 Perhaps if you'd let me use your body a bit more, we could do something worth posting about, instead of all that Star Trek stuff! I mean, when was the last time we went out on Broom? Or got up to a little hocus pocus? Or even popped over the Cusp for an adventure?!
  I've been busy, as well you know. Someone has got to sort all our stuff out before we move.
All your dusty stuff...
Don't you start!
Well, is he going to move all his dust from one house to another again?
  No! The dust has been vacuumed up, so let's just leave it and get on with the show, shall we? Right. Here are some photos from Sunday's walk on the beach:














13 comments:

  1. Is someone offering to vacuum? My place could certainly use a good going over!

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    1. Don't bank on the SubCs offering to do it - they revel in the incorporeal nature when it comes to manual labour.

      Plus, they're very lazy!

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  2. I always adore your encrusted groyne pics. Jx

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    1. Is that the same as the warty wand?

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    2. And in this case, the encrustation is due to a lack of action!

      Now. Let's speak no more about it (the Very Mistress has a lot to answer for!).

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  3. Wait! What's this about moving???????
    Sorry, caught me off-beam.I'll go back for another glance at your groynes.
    Moving? wanders off wondering what she missed....

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    1. No, you haven't missed anything - This is the first mention. I am relocating Castle(tte) DeVice at the end of this month to a position even closer to the North Sea!
      I expect to reveal a bit more nearer the time (or once I'm in). This is just a bit of a heads-up in case of any protracted absence around that time.

      ::crosses legs and ensures is not flying low::

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  4. Thank goodness the pictures clear up the post title. I though maybe you had to much gin again.

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    1. Too much gin?? A concept that I didn't think you believed in!?

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  5. I especially liked the last photo. A day at the beach; we have a beach around here somewhere, I really must get out more.

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    1. I thank that's one of the problems with living near the beach (or woods, city, gods nest etc) - one takes it for granted. I certainly did until I moved away. It was only when I moved back here four or five years agao that I made the effort to "get to know it".

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  6. Hmmm... Nearer to the North Sea with a beach. Let me think, there's only one place it could be!
    http://www.birminghamitsnotshit.co.uk/articles/a-trip-to-the-beach

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    1. How exotic! None of the beaches around here have "palm trees", nevermind such girthy ones!

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