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Tag Archives: fish
I walked Maggie this morning as usual through the park, up to the prom, back through the park and round the Avenue to home, meeting up with quite a few regular walkers. Although overcast, it was quite warm, so no … Continue reading
I’ve commented on the size of the carp here, and although I have managed to get a couple of pictures, I still haven’t got a decent one of them floating so close to the surface, you can practically count their … Continue reading
Just a little quickie on observation. I’ve said previously that Maggie doesn’t travel well now, and there are times when she is a real pain with her pacing and squeaking, even if we have stopped for a potty break or … Continue reading
You’ve probably heard that dogs take after their owners (or is it owners take after their dogs? ) Pictures from google Whatever. Think on this. I’ve mentioned recently about the fish in the marina, and on hot, dry, sunny and … Continue reading
There are some pretty big fish here in the marina, and I have just seen one of the biggest carp ever. It was basking in the sunshine with its dorsal fin just above the water, and must have measured all … Continue reading
With this lovely warm weather, fish are coming to the surface and for the first time, I can actually see what is making the bubbles. When Hubby was a boy, he’d go fishing with his Dad, so he’s ‘quite up’ … Continue reading
A few months ago, when we had ice in the marina, I posed the question about fish getting headaches. I have another for you. Do they knock themselves out?