Saturday, 13 July 2013
Driving down the road this afternoon, Emily and I came across something that just might have wandered away from where he usually lives. Because he sure the heck isn't what you normally see in the hedgerows round here.
It was rather surreal. As is having sunshine and lovely, lovely hot weather for an extended period of time. Not complaining, mind you. Lapping it up and appreciating every last moment of it. And BBQs make for less washing up. It's a win win situation here.
Hope you are basking in the sunshine too.
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Totally surreal. The middle photo is brilliant, you caught him in mid-flight.ReplyDelete
that is a little bit odd, to be sure!ReplyDelete
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Nice, er cock, peacock that is!ReplyDelete
sunny here in Cheshire too... dont have an peacocks in the hedgerow though! xxReplyDelete
I wondered where my peacock had gone.ReplyDelete
Are you saying you had peacock-roadkill for dinner?ReplyDelete
Just saw Hadders comment above and I'm chuckling. A colleague once went to great lengths to tell me they kept getting a peacock in their garden and thought it came from the allotments behind their house. He had to admit later when he went home and told his wife what he'd told me, she said: You donut you meant pheasant!ReplyDelete
Still hot here too - amazing isn't it.ReplyDelete
Pretty but silly bird!ReplyDelete
He was a bit far from wicksteeds, did you pinch him? ;)ReplyDelete
Obviously very confused, must be the lovely weather!ReplyDelete
No sunshine here, just rain, rain, rain. You watch, it will rain all next week once school goes back so the kids are stuck inside driving us teachers bonkers!ReplyDelete
That is a bit mental! I'm loving the weather today since its a bit cooler - only 23 instead of 29!!ReplyDelete
How fun to see a peacock .. don't suppose he flashed his tail for you?ReplyDelete
You'd think someone might have noticed that was missing ;o)ReplyDelete
So weird, but what a nice surprise. Did he walk away from a neighboring petting zoo?ReplyDelete
Ooh you really are country! When you see wildlife on the roads. Hey, the grass is yellowing off on the side so the road! Does that ever happen in England? I wouldn't have thought it would often get dry or hot enough.ReplyDelete