Posted on July 8, 2015
By Michael Griffiths
What’s this, a meadowsweet supper?
Look Mate! I’ve eaten Himalayan balsam all day and every day for the last month; I deserve a bit of a change… OK?
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What a beautiful coat the cow has in the sunlight.
Do you wish you had one just like it?
The coat, or the cow? It would save on lawn mowing 🙂
Yes to both! 🙂
They make a terrible mess in a garden, though. I would say they are better off in a field. Do you have a field? I’m just on my way to see them.
Sadly I don’t have a field. Say hi to them from me, and enjoy your evening 🙂
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