Saturday, 1 November 2014

Not

This morning turned out to be as sunny and nearly as warm as yesterday, and as I walked home from the shops and looked down from the railway footbridge onto a fine mass of sunlit ivy beside the tracks, there was a glint of silvery blue, then something took flight - then another - two Holly Blues, chasing each other, settling, giving chase again. And fine, bright, lively specimens they were - nothing end of season about them. I was to see two more, equally fresh and full of life, later in the morning. And another Speckled Wood. And a Red Admiral, which glided past just as I neared the house. All on the first day of November!

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  1. Well, that's all very well, but speaking as a warmist.....

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  2. Ho ho - this is what I'm always told is weather not climate, so apparently it's of no account.

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  3. See what warmism does? Bryan apparently can't enjoy the glorious spectacle of birds soaring in early November without seeing a harbinger of mass frying. I wonder whether it isn't something in his genes.

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  4. Seems some fella called Ban Ki-Moon's a warmist too. Good thing we don't have to take him seriously. Who is he anyway?

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