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lovely animal pics, my favourite was the fawn - adorable!
My favourite's the hedgehog with the stookie!!
Glass igloos in Finland for tourists to 'watch the northern lights.'Is that what they call it Finland?;-)
Deer looks lovely and very tasty too! Sorry, panda!The up-and-down arrows on the right of my screen seems to have disappeared - anyone know how to help out a Luddite and fix it?
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you probably eat Thumper too! Still since I'm not vegetarian I really don't have a leg to stand on, much like the hedgehog :-)
Isn't that treebeard (The running tree) from the Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Yep, I think so... Cute as can be though!!!
Sorry media alert!Breaking News…BBC threatens academic
Unbelievable.I'll do as Derek Bateman suggests.
trishttp://www.newstatesman.com/2014/01/sale-oil-and-gas-has-been-lucrative-noway-should-it-continueThe recent Norwegian elections have taken the country in a conservative direction. While talk of cost cutting, limits to immigration and religious education reform are at the forefront of the political discourse, the national energy debate is proving problematic for the new coalition government. Reconciling Norway’s all-encompassing apprecation of the natural world with the desire to export gas and oil supplies is proving difficult, forcing the parties to ask themselves which matters more: growth or the environment?The new blue-blue coalition government, elected this September, has already begun a reversal of some key Norwegian ideologies, turning to privatisations, tax breaks and welfare cuts. The coalition, made up of the Conservative Party (Høyre) and the far-right, anti-immigration (ironically named) Progression Party (Fremskrittspartiet),
Another relation of yours?
Right Niko. So a usually left of centre country elects a right of centre government which takes it in a right of centre way. Not really surprising is it.I doubt it will be a long term thing. But it is always good for parties who have been in power fro a long time to be replaced.It seems that they elected a conservative party which had to go into coalition with the nut job, tea party types.I'll bet they will be back with a left of centre government after the next election.
The Goldcrest is a great picture.
He's a beauty CH...I wish I could get my Robin to do that. He comes so close, but not THAT close.
I've just read this piece over at Stuart's place...What on earth are we becoming... and yes, more of us in Scotland are becoming like this.http://wingsoverscotland.com/no-one-actually-dies/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=no-one-actually-dies