The dancing Bear

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Who has been eating my porridge

The Mountains have been here forever and in them the bear  !!!

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MY GARDEN IS SMILING AT ME  🙂

JUST LOVE THIS TIME OF YEAR.

Have a safe and pleasent week all.

b.t.w.  I predict a Swedish summer  !

and i can still smell apple pie .

Smile

 

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12 responses to “The dancing Bear

  1. Hey Suki! If Kenny lives up to his true title ~"He who runs faster than the wind!" then he can be at yours awaiting freshly grown rhubarb…lol… AND be back at his contentedly munching rhubarb crumble with a touch of creme eggs…errm…ginger!…before you…or he… ;)lol.. know it! In the blink of eye!! So best be on stand-by!! 😉

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  2. Hi Kenny, you seem in top form today, yes nature is beautiful everything bursting forth and yes the Rhubarb, had to pick a lot the other day and distribted it around the friends and neighbours pity you are not closer I could have given you one…. or two sticks ;-)Love Suki xxx

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  3. That looks very tempting Laird. very tempting indeed. I think I have a tin of Rhubarb somewhere lurking in the far dark recesses of my larder. I don’t like the forced stuff that is rock hard and tastes of nothing. best direct from the garden. or a tin.

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  4. LairdRhubarb crumble with a touch of ginger is ALMOST as tasty as cream eggs with a hint of lipstick 😉

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  5. Rhubarb crumble with a touch of ginger is ALMOST as tasty as Apple Pie with a hint of cinnamon.

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  6. WLS even – past my bedtime!

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  7. Could always add some rosemary I guess, it’s nice with apple and cinnamon crumble.I probably agree about WSL but it was wiser to shut down last week than allow a rising conflict to escalate.

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  8. SarahMother Nature moves in mysterious ways. An amazing piece of luck me thinks. Perhaps they have cross pollinated so when you eat your crumble you find it tastes of rosemary. You could have asked Suki for some rhubarb Suki and her hubby Peter have an allotment. "Strength and endurance" you are spot on there Sarah. you need both in ample proportions on wls. :)

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  9. My garden is blessing me – I said I wanted to get a rhubarb crown but they were too dear so I had to wait.Clearing back an enormous rosemary bush this week – what should I find but a nicely established crown of rhubarb! Thanks Mother Earth for providing what was needed.May you be blessed with the strength of the bear and the endurance of the mountain my friend(and may the only thing you find under rosemary bushes be rhubarb) xx

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  10. I don’t see the rain Lisa. I see the spaces between the drops ! lovely to see you here. But you could have brought some of your world famous cinnamon buns :(

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  11. I love the Rain. Its raining here slowly. My yard is smiling right back at me. Hard to stay inside the house. Pie. Huh.. Wish I could.Have a great week KennyLisa

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