1000 miles day9

“Hey Frags how was work?”
‘OK but am a bit out of sorts today. Bad bout of insomnia last night and also seem to have a cold/cough’
“Oh dear, well we’ll do a bread and butter walk, clear out your cobwebs”
‘OK Frego, I found some bird seed I saved from my last trip to WWF Washington, shall we go and feed the ducks?’
“Ooh yes! That’ll be fun.”

“Is that a supermoon do you think?”
‘Don’t think so, but I know what you mean, it does look bigger than usual’

‘Maybe because it’s low in the sky’

“Not as low as the sun though!”

‘No, and I do like a low sun!’

‘I’ll throw the seed Frego, you take some photo’s’
“OK!”

“This is the only white one!”

‘OK home we go, it’s getting dark and even colder’

“Haha look at the little doggy Frags”
‘He’s a cutey, I saw him just come out of the horsey place.

‘There used to be feral cats behind this fence, a couple of gingers, I think the people in the horsey place put food out for them and they catch rats and the like”
“I can see one Frags!!”

‘SO did we do enough?’
“Yes spot on!”

2.77miles

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. beetleypete says:

    Considering you felt rough today, you did really well.
    I managed 90 minutes in the rain and mud, but no idea how far I got, as it was one step forward, slip two back, one to the side. Like a mud-waltz!.
    That ginger cat has a nasty looking eye problem. (Or maybe he’s looking down at a mouse…)
    Best wishes, Pete.

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    1. I don’t think the cats are particularly well looked after, there’s 2 bowls down with water and biscuits by the fence, but they’ve lived down the side of the horsey place for years, might even be a n offspring. There was a little B&W one there two but it scarpered before I could get a picture. Cheers Pete.

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  2. Love the telegraph poles and the moon, and the marmalade cat…and yes, even the wee doggie! πŸ™‚

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    1. Thanks Clare, he was a friendly little chap, the cat not so much, tried to tickle him on the head and got swiped, luckily it caught my glove so I am unscathed. πŸ˜€

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      1. Ah catses…gotta love ’em πŸ˜€

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  3. Paul pointed out the daylight moon to me this morning – funny to see it again here from many, many miles away!

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    1. We are under the same sky but Australia and New Zealand will be pitch black!

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      1. And we’ll be looking at different stars – at least some of them will be different!

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  4. kmSalvatore says:

    A nice little jaunt , hope ya feel better Fraggs.. tell Fergo to make you some soup . Ok next time ya hear from me I’ll be in sunny Florida

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    1. Oh lucky you, we’re expecting snow at the weekend!

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      1. kmSalvatore says:

        It’s been miserable here snow and very very cold. I’m looking forward to getting tho.

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  5. Francis.R. says:

    Yes! I notice that as well, the moon seems bigger when it’s closer to the ground.

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    1. I suppose because of refraction but not sure!

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      1. Francis.R. says:

        I use to think that it’s because it’s close to far things, so it looks big close to a small building in the distance. ^-^

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