THE BEST LAID PLANS

Well, I thought that Dickie Bird Van Dyke would end up here …

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… sitting on the roof of the Cliff Top Residence … which it did briefly. Unfortunately the light was wrong for a large proportion of the day and it looked rubbish so I had to remove it (not easy BTW).

It’s now residing outside the shed … which is OK.

STOP PRESS!!!! There’s a rumour that Daddy Papersurfer Two Sheds might be allowed to become Daddy Papersurfer THREE Sheds!!!!! No … seriously … I do need to have a ‘clean’ area if I’m going to continue using my re-found skills as a painter. No really … I do.

3 Comments

  1. Posted August 11, 2013 at 11:34 pm | Permalink

    That bird’s tail looks very much like a chimney broom or brush or whatever it’s called, but then, as you say, the light was bad 🙂

    daddyp replied:

    You’re very funny *glares Westwards … South Westwards … over there somewhere*

  2. Posted August 11, 2013 at 11:36 pm | Permalink

    Are you Santa?

    daddyp replied:

    If there’s a Santa Scrooge I could be. Ooooooo – humbugs!!!!

  3. Posted August 13, 2013 at 2:17 pm | Permalink

    It looks kind of like the Great Seal of the United States farted a giant diatom. Right down your chimney.

    daddyp replied:

    Oh goody a word I’ve never seen before *rummages* ‘A single cell alga that has a cell wall of silica.’ Hmmm. I wonder if these will be driving our computers in the near future.
    OK, excellent, back to Sledpress. Some seals can balance balls on their noses BTW, FYI.
    What’s for tea? …. and has anyone seen the plot?

    sledpress replied:

    Sort of one of these
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&docid=bEhOcNOci1N79M&tbnid=iUsmmaAEm16ViM:&ved=&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.astrographics.com%2FGalleryPrintsIndex%2FGP2131.html&ei=13cKUpXJOcP7yAHl5ICYAg&psig=AFQjCNFp75d2EfpvlDroGBgn_f9qffTZMA&ust=1376504152017742

    Beans and kippers?

    daddyp replied:

    That’s spooky. Once upon a time I cooked the TG beans, kippers and greens. I had no idea you had to consider combining things that complemented each other when creating a dish. I was VERY young.

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