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Scrumptious bramble pie

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Scrumptious bramble pie

Behind our house, abutting on the edge of the New Forest is  our neigbour's field. It's used to accommodate horses.

It's great to see them often looking down on us, when we make the early morning cuppa, or sit in the conservatory eating lunch. We're very lucky.

The other day my wife spotted two of them tucking in to the brambles, that are a nuisance in our and our other neighbour;s hedge, and hard to get at.scrumptious bramble pie.jpg

 Thanks Arkle and Red Rum or Bill and Ben, whatever. You're doing a great work. Keep it up.Thumbs_Up

No one has to agree with my opinion, but in the time I have left a miracle would be nice.
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Re: Scrumptious bramble pie

Oh, why did I read that as Bramley pie - I was salivating before I clickedFunny

 

I am forever surprised by my daughter's horses (she has four of them) in what they can eat. I sometimes wonder if they are goats in disguiseWink

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Hero
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Re: Scrumptious bramble pie

I can#t remember why, but the neighbour warned my son-i-l not to leave certain cuttings behind, when he was cutting that hedge. Something that was poisonous to horses.

I wonder, what folk find pleasant or amusing about their homes.

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Re: Scrumptious bramble pie


@Mav wrote:

Oh, why did I read that as Bramley pie - I was salivating before I clickedFunny

 

 


Me too, maybe I misread as a shortened form of Bramley Crumble...........