Ring doves found near Dobbs Weir..

Good-day to you all!

 

I have been promising a post on thatched roofs – unfortunately, this is still in the promising stage. (lol)

 

It’s been real hectic here at By the Fireside.. We have taken on a number of commercial contracts and my time has been limited to say the least, but hey this is never a bad thing..

 

Please do keep your eyes on our posts, as this article should arrive sooner rather than later 😉

 

Yesterday was cool, we found a couple of ring doves out back, near our stone factory..

 

(I was polishing a fireplace hearth, it was actually my colleague who spotted the nest – he had popped outside for a ciggy.. I gave ‘em up New Years Eve!)

 

We’re quite lucky with our location.  Being situated on the Herts / Essex borders near to Dobbs Weir, the immense countryside provides us a wealth of wildlife! Really, it’s no surprise to find these beautiful birds nesting.. But, it is a blessing!

 

I have been lucky enough to see deer, badgers and squirrels – at the end of last week we all chilled down at the local and watched a squirrel carry half a coconut away that someone had dropped. It was only the shell, with a skimming of the white stuff left within, but hey to that squirrel, it was like the taste of paradise..

 

To be continued..

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  1. […] love animals and I know I have said it before (on the ring doves post), but we truely are so lucky with our […]


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