Photo-a-Day (Wednesday, 2nd September, 2020)
I didnt know they still did them unwrapped, nice to see we've got the seasons back on track.
So much more natural, hay in the 'noddy'... not an inch of black plastic.
The stuff of 'art'..
David, great photo capturing the autumnal scene, the time of year I love the best. The old Wuchy in the background goodness, the amount of times I climbed this as a kid. I can still remember 70 years ago climbing it with my big sister for the very first time. Thanks David, great photo and as others have already said, good to see no plastic wrap.
Lovely sight without the black plastic! Is that The Wutchy in the background?
Lovely were in Aspull is it please?
I think the bales are wrapped in a hessian material.
The farms around here tend to use this rather than the black plastic wrapping.
Julie would it make any difference you knowing which field its in.
The bales wrapped in airtight plastic become sileage, the unwrapped bales are hay. They become two different types of animal foodstuff.
Lovely Late Summer / Autumn sight all over the Country.
Just curious Mick that's all!
The top of NewSprings brew towards Aspull, the field is to the right,
Now it wasn't all that hard was it Mick.
Julie asked a perfectly good justifiable question.
Julie, I'd say it the field is the one between Ivy Brow and Dukes Row on Wigan Road.
Ignore the ignoramus and their silly snide comments, they think themselves as being clever? They should begin acting their age and not their shoe size!
Mick and Alan, for gods sake stop with the awkwardness, Julie simply asked a civil question.
Winter drawers on, all is safely gathered in.
Is there any likelihood of Baldrick and his team (the other one) digging up the Wuchy in search of long lost archaeological treasures?
Just curious Mick that's all! well Julie now you know will you be going to have a closer look, because if I ask where something is I will follow it up.
Sounds like me and Veronica's old-fashioned Winceyette nighties, DTease ..."all is safely gathered in"! What do YOU say, Veronica? Or shall we WOW him with our 1960s baby-dolls??! Only joking....nice to have a laugh between Wigan World friends. xxxxxxx
I think it's a bit too soon for the flannel drawers wit' lastic in't legs Irene....
Irene I sit here everyday laughing at the corny comments we get on PAD
So do I, Mick....so do I. I'm glad something brings a smile to your face and I am perfectly happy to be a source of amusement. Hope you had a nice birthday yesterday. Agreed, Veronica, about the elasticated leg in the flannel drawers but it's nice to have somewhere to keep your hankie, lass! (I bet Myrtle wore those behind the buffet bar to keep the chill out! ).
It's funny you should say that Mick, I find it hilarious to read so many mis- spelt words from folk who get their there's mixed up!
Yeh a good few corny people too, isn't the Mick.
Some great land there to build houses on.
Weetabix for farmers large cow.
: Veronica some folk spell stuff differently because there minds are going much faster than the average man or woman, but over all they tend to be much smarter than the average man or woman, the doctors have a name for it, its called didlicksyah.
Either that Mick.....or they just can't spell.
And who is Syah anyway?
I wouldn't bother trying to translate Dtease, you'll only get a headache. If I was being charitable I'd say it was predictive text, but the nuns used to box his ears at school so perhaps he can't hear too good either!
On second thoughts It could be Sister Syah who boxed his ears..
Do you think he meant dyslexia, Veronica? At my age, I'm having a hard time keeping a grasp on reality as it is. Trying to keep up with Mick's exotic spelling at the same time doesn't help at all. If only he was a bit less intelligent he would perhaps make more sense and poor less than average folks like me would be able to keep up.
You can't put owt where there is nowt.
Mmm it's a word I'm not familiar with Dtease these hi-faluting words are beyond my ken....perhaps Arthur knows best....
smarter than your aver age ten