~Summer Wine~ posted:

What kind of cakes? πŸ€” 

 

moonie you have done a great job, they should give you honorary park ranger status  

Aww, fankoo Sweet 

Yogi19 posted:
~Summer Wine~ posted:

What kind of cakes? πŸ€” 

 

moonie you have done a great job, they should give you honorary park ranger status  

Danish pastries  

 

Goodnight and sweet dreams, Moonie, Summer and Velvet

 Night owl hug for Ros 

Mine was lovely 

 

 

Nighty nite, sleep well, sweet dream everyone. See you tomorrow  

Moonie
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Yogi19
Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Hope so my lovely      

VD
velvet donkey posted:
Yogi19 posted:
Moonie posted:

Good afternoon everyone  

It’s cold, breezy but dry here. The sun does keep making the odd appearance . No rain forecast. We shall see 

Yogi, I’m sure you will be well organised by tomorrow, like a well oiled machine 

 Fankoo Squiggle

 

Hi El and Velvet  

 

Have a super day Buddies 

 I don’t know about well oiled machine but I’m organised 

Hope so my lovely      

 

Yogi19

I'm not watching or intend to see either a TV series which started last Friday on BBC One called Scarborough or a British film released on the same day in cinemas also called Scarborough. The only connection between them is that they are set in Scarbotough. Just a strange coincidence.

 

And I don't think the actor Adrian Scarborough is in either

El Loro

Morning Velvet That song and others by Simon & Garfunkel used brilliantly in the film The Graduate (1967). Not a particularly likeable film but one of the most important films in American film history as it's the film which moves Hollywood from the light romantic comedies of Doris Day to a more cynical era. She had been wanted by Mike Nicholls to play Mrs Robinson but declined - she made only 3 further films shortly after The Graduate was released and then gave up and did some television work.

El Loro