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    Look at what you missed...

    ...if you didn't come.



    We had a hatch of cockchafers to keep us company on early Saturday evening.

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    What a great photo

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    awsome
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    Cockchafers?



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    good eating, them.

    put them in a pan with peanut oil served with a red

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    All has just become clear, took the dog out last night(not code for dogging) and there were thousands of these clattering about some of which were being picked off by a fleet of bats.

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    Indeed we had one bat (which seemed to get misheard as "wombat" ) then two bats then three bats flying around the field. It was unusual to see them flying about so much out in the open so early in the evening.
    Peter

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr badger View Post
    ...if you didn't come.



    We had a hatch of cockchafers to keep us company on early Saturday evening.

    Nature; thas luvverly, en't 'at.
    Eek, if I'd known what they looked like I wouldn't have spent half the night batting them with my bare hands

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterSX View Post
    Indeed we had one bat (which seemed to get misheard as "wombat" ) then two bats then three bats flying around the field. It was unusual to see them flying about so much out in the open so early in the evening.
    Peter
    Trust me, I was more worried when they were referring to wom-bats and wom-balls in the same sentence
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort View Post
    Eek, if I'd known what they looked like I wouldn't have spent half the night batting them with my bare hands
    It was nice talking to you and Gail, and being untouched by them, whilst you two were drawing them to to your heads. It must be your shampoo.

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