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photoblog image A walk in the countryside 5/6

A walk in the countryside 5/6

I have no idea what this is.


It is book sale day today so I will be busy!

A walk in the countryside 5/6

I have no idea what this is.


It is book sale day today so I will be busy!

comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 1 Sep 2012, 01:22
Walter Windsock, who fell on a fence on his way home from the pub last night...
Bill Phillips: Good old Walter. did you see that Max Bygraves has just died at the age of 89. He was living in Australia I believe
It's a windsock Bill... slightly out of commission today....petersmile
Bill Phillips: I would never have guessed that was what is was Peter.
Poor little windsock - wonder where he blew in from. Good luck on the book sale!
Bill Phillips: I will probably never know Elizabeth. We had a good book sale today raising over £300 in total
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 1 Sep 2012, 06:07
another scafre-crow? Or King Lear's crown after he got mad and confused... I could sell cartonages of books - I have to give away a lot of them...and it is an act of liberation to give away...
Bill Phillips: I have no idea but people seem to think it is a wind sock...I am unconvinced. We sold quite a lot of books today.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 1 Sep 2012, 07:43
I think it's an oojamaflip
Bill Phillips: Probably Chris. Either that or a thingamabob
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 1 Sep 2012, 08:39
Wind sock it is, but I wish it was King Lear's crown - much better idea.
Bill Phillips: It can be what ever you want it to be Mike
Could be turned the other way up and used for putting washing line pegs in ... Oh I'm so bloody useful.
Bill Phillips: The trouble with spell checks is they don't pick up the wrong word if it is spelt correctly. Useless you meant Richard
Go with the rest Bill a windsock but its intriguing how it got there.
Bill Phillips: Not a clue Peter and there was no one about to ask
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet
  • 1 Sep 2012, 11:00
That is good BIll, a series on things you don't understand sounds great.
Bill Phillips: I spend most of my time these days not understanding things Chad. Apart from the Droitwich Sausages and pies
Must be windy!
Bill Phillips: Perhaps they eat a lot of baked beans ~Mary
  • Alan
  • Resting between Paralympic events.
  • 1 Sep 2012, 15:15
It's a kite (not the bird variety) but shaped like a windsock. I hope the book sale was successful.
Bill Phillips: We had a good day Alan and took over £300 in all.
I think Alan is right, a kite. Your book sales do well don't they.
Bill Phillips: They do indeed Brian. We have a good number of regular customers after nearly 7 years!
Very forlorn...
Bill Phillips: A sad and sorry thing indeed Larry
Looks like the Morris Men have been around smile
Bill Phillips: They wouldn't have much of an audience, two horses and a foal!
Whatever it is, I'm damned sure it's in the wrong place.
Bill Phillips: You could well be right Graeme.
The windsock that always dreamed of being a kite got its last wish.
Bill Phillips: More of a nightmare really!

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