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« on: June 12, 2012, 02:19:13 PM »

....is poor Choco (hantas) the chicken. Passed away and went to the big coop in the sky, last Saturday morning....

I put this geranium on top of the grave...

It's an old spot I guerrilla gardened in the early days.  I transplanted a Lupin from the back garden. I found several spring flowering bulbs while walking Guerrilla Gardening Dog  1  a good few years ago.  Behind the wall in the background, there is a nice little housing estate.  Someone had thrown them away into a load of bushes and undergrowth.  Looking to see what the dog was up to led me to discover all these abandoned bulbs. Daffodils and Hyacinth.  So, I brought them around so you could see them from the train. Unfortunately the bushes and shrubs in this location have crowded them out.

You can see some Nigella/love-in-a-mist ready to blossom soon, in the background...

Below, March 25th, 2008

Not worth starting a new thread, and not gardening related either, but Blackie joined Chocohantas in the great Coop in the sky yesterday. Monsieur Renard paid a visit, and that was it.  My fault entirely, I left her unattended for far too long.  Here she is giving me the guilt inducing eye contact...

There are no remains, but may bury whatever feathers that were leftover under or beside the geranium.
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