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Thread subject: Lovely Extract From Lake District Diary
Name Date Message
Tiger 07/14/05 01:06 pm This could apply to Brook and Haven with a little alteration.

Wednesday 13th July 2005 Privates 34 and 35. 'Tention! Present wings! Quiiick flap. UP DOWN, UP DOWN, UP DOWN. You're no better than 6 week old babies so put some beef into it you 'orrible little ospreys you. Tiring? Painful? Hot? You'll be wishing you were back in Training when you're slogging it over the Sahara for real in two months time.
karen 07/14/05 02:36 pm Thanks Tiger for a good giggle! Always nice to have a laugh! our 2 looklike they might spend the winter here with the little effort they are putting into fledging maybe the extra sticks being brought intoday are to start construction on a roof.
Madeline 07/14/05 02:38 pm OH, come on, give the little ones a break. let them be young for a while, you know how TIME FLYS ,get it. HA HA
Shelley 07/14/05 02:49 pm Unless Betty intends to use the sticks for more severe discipline! <:O
Tiger 07/14/05 04:59 pm Oh Betty does not believe in smacking, we all know that!

Shelley 07/14/05 05:04 pm You are right, what was I thinking?!! But just as long as she keeps them out of the wrong talons, you know how kids are....

Tiger 07/14/05 05:25 pm Betty would rather that the kids kill each other than her give out any chastisement.
karen 07/14/05 06:07 pm she has a wings off approach to chick rearing
Cecilia 07/14/05 07:25 pm Ohhhh...you guys are funny today :-)
Marie 07/14/05 08:01 pm LOL..........the chicks need some breeze/ wind to give them lift.........I would imagine it is too hot there today/this evening and there appears to be NO WIND...Has it been this calm all day?
I believe when you don't know how to really fly you need the right conditions to get you airbourne. Sort of to give you confidence that you can stay aloft. I suspect that only the adults here know how to get off the ground in no wind conditions 'cos they have confidence and know that they can fly in any conditions.
Just my opinion........ ;-)

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