I was in danger of going overboard when I saw this weeks prompt.
I knew I had some caravans from another North East fair that I had shown before.
|Yarm Fair Caravans c 1949|
Apart from goldfish I was a bit short on beasties until I remembered my sons at a seaside fair over 40 years ago.
|Little Monkeys (No, not my sons)|
When it comes to animals there is no need for me to go far from home. I just need to keep an eye on what moves in my garden,
|Woodpile Inhabitant ( Frog or Toad?)|
For some reason or another our bird feeder gets raided from time to time; if I am quick I can catch the culprit in the act.
|Squirrel Attack - May 2008|
I wouldn't mind if the beggar didn't bury his walnuts in the lawn.
Young rabbits also take liberties with our plants.
|Rabbit eats its fill - July 2008|
This year I have different strategy for them.
|Got the little blighter|
Before I let it go I gave it a good talking to. I dropped it back over the wall you can see behind us - with strict instructions to warn its friends that "In that house they eat rabbits."
Having had an operation on my leg earlier this month I have not been very mobile. Today has been the first day for three weeks that I have been permitted to walk the two miles to the local garage to fetch a morning paper. This is what I met along the way.
|Caravans in transit.|
I was tempted to hitch a ride.
Now I suggest you do that a take a look at what other Sepians have done for Sepia-Saturday-179.