Musing on gardening and life in the heart of rural Wiltshire. Well, erm Chippenham actually...
The hosepipe coiled up?
You took its photo?And, yes, of course you may mention my impression of your blog name! :)~ Monica
That is the cutest thing I have seen all day :)
I hope you didn't step on it!
What a lovely collection of stripes
What a wonderful looking shell!I fear that a hungary bird saw it and...Have a good weekend. xx
Go on...what happened?
It whipped out a banjo and played "Kentucky Rose".
Hi everyone - I enjoyed your guesses. Starnitesky wins the prize - I did step on it. In bare feet. Yeuch!
Oh no. I hope it didn't go crunch! x
What a wonderful photo! I'm a bit schizophrenic with snails. If they're inside their shells, they have a merciless death. But my little nephew calls them 'horns' and I then feel guilty if I kill them when they are moving about as my nephew likes them so much.
Uuugh - unpleasant both for both you and the snail but especially for the poor snail !
TIMP - yes it did :(HM - normally I have no hesitation to get rid of them, but I did feel guilty with this oneAnna - yep!
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