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Thanks, Snooker :-)
That's an interesting story, English.I've been in Notts several times, but I never heard of it.Actually I have no idea where they're heading. It surely isn't their Sunday walk :-)
I reminds me of geese: Such was the importance of the [Nottingham] Goose Fair that thousands of geese would be driven to the fair - far more than any other animal. They would start out in good time to arrive at the fair which was then held in Nottingham Market Square at Michaelmastide. The geese would be driven through wet tar then through sand to protect there feet over the long walking distance. The geese on arrival would be given plenty of rest and food to enable them to put on weight to for a better price at the Goose Fair. I know these are ducks, and I wonder what for what purpose they are being herded. Is there a duck fair somewhere?
That's life in the countryside...If you want to be a cowgirl, you got to wear boots
I'm thinking of all they leave behind..... We went camping one time along the Tennessee River and there were so many ducks and geese..in the campground ..... you really had watch where you stepped.....
Thanks for specifying it, Bentley :-)It sure beats walking a dog, Pkin. Wouldn't that be nice for you to walk the ducks?
OMG now that is ducks !!!!!!
I meant tonight starlord, who sleeps at 10am:-)
Sleep? At 10 a.m. ? Okay...One duck, two ducks, three ducks, zzz, four ducks zzzzzzzz five du zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Good morning starlord. If you can't sleep, count the ducks :-)