Thursday, 18 April 2013

PS to the Previous Post

I was going to add a few photos to the previous post, but for some reason blogger would not let me do it on my IPad ....the high winds didn't just topple the one hen house last night.....they brought down a portion of the ancient Church wall, whipped slates from the Church roof and carried away Pat, the animal helpers garden closhes.
Sometimes I forget that we are perched six hundred feet above the coastal plain.....
As the dogs played

I checked the wind damage to the Church wall
( the rocking of the trees behind the wall
Seems to have brought the wall down)
More repair work for me

Della from Pen-y- Cefn Isa
Braves the wind
Slates missing from the church roof

25 comments:

  1. yipes! glad to hear no injuries happened!

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  2. Did you see this John?
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-22202815
    I thought of you- must've been a mighty windy night up there?

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    1. Yes...the oldest tree inhales copped it last night too!

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  3. See the face in the wall? It looks glum.
    Jane x

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    1. Bloody hell you're right!

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    2. oooh, that's a bit spooky!!

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    3. It is sticking out its tongue!

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  4. Yes I did! The ancient tree copped it

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  5. The trees in my wooded lot have taken a terrible beating this winter too. There a dead branches everywhere. Those western winds can really create havoc but assaulting a church is really over-doing it!

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  6. I checked out your previous post, but could not understand most of it because of the way I am used to English.

    But pictures say a lot more than words. So this one I understood :-)

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    1. I talk shit KK ..APOLOGIES

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    2. No, its not about you. Just that if you learnt Hindi or Punjabi, you would still have problems reading things that I would write in those languages.

      And certainly no need to apologize. I feel very good to be able to read your things. Almost like being in Wales... sorry, North Wales :-)

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  7. Looks like you should have had an umbrella and you could have Mary Poppined your way through the blustery day.

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  8. Glad no one was hurt.

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  9. Gah! That's not wind! That's a stiff breeze, that is! My henhouse has guy wires all the year round! And the shed too.
    Next door's caravan is tethered to four, one ton, cement bags.... in June....

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    1. I bet your kilt is up round your shoulders most ofthe time too!

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    2. Oh hush your mouth..... :-)

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    3. ThAts telling me x

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  10. re. previous post and your reference to trumping when "I suddenly had to bend over a waist high fridge freezer in order to reach a packet of Yorkshire puddings"...May I say that this Yorkshire Pudding would have dug his gnashers into your flailing hand - refusing to be picked up by a nobleman or indeed anyone of the other persuasion.
    Sp. (Write out fifty times) cloche

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  11. So, you weren't swept off to the Land of Oz. That's a plus.

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  12. That sounds like rough . Did you glimpse that awful woman that flies by in windy weather with Dorthy's dog in her handlebar basket ?

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  13. Despite the serious content of your main post here a few of the comments above (from others as well as your own responses) really made me grin - and that's a bit of a tonic after my recent experiences. Ta!

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  14. Windy weather can be quite scary sometimes..reminds us of the power of nature and how vulnerable we all are......and I can't see the face in the church wall...even if I squint....

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  15. Our little bee lady, cindy from Hoosierville in the states is having massive flooding problems too...looks like we are all going to be cleaning up natural disasters for awhile!

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  16. hope all the humans and animals are still in one piece :D

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