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wafflycat

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When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly which
flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was *exquisite*

Cheers, helen s
 
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Tony W

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"wafflycat" <waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk> wrote in message
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> When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly

which
> flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was

*exquisite*

A moment to cherish.

I had similar in India when I was accompanied by a supersized dragon fly for
a while. A thing of true beauty.

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Chris

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wafflycat wrote:
> When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly
> which flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was
> *exquisite*
>
> Cheers, helen s
>


Wow - nobody ever called me a damselfly before ;)

Good to meet you at last :)

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Chris

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wafflycat wrote:
> When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly
> which flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was
> *exquisite*
>
> Cheers, helen s
>


Wow - nobody ever called me a damselfly before ;)

Good to meet you at last :)

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Chris
 
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Peewiglet

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On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 19:10:20 +0100, "wafflycat"
<waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk> wrote:

>When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly which
>flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was *exquisite*


How lovely! We hardly ever get them here, but I love them.

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Nick Kew

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Peewiglet wrote:
> On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 19:10:20 +0100, "wafflycat"
> <waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk> wrote:
>
>
>>When cycling today, at one point I was joined by a deep blue damselfly which
>>flew level with my handlebars for about a hundred yards. It was *exquisite*

>
>
> How lovely! We hardly ever get them here, but I love them.


There are always quite a few at my favourite swimming spot
(which is a lovely bike ride across the moors from home -
though no longer walking distance as it was before the move).
Along with the lovely water, the mature trees overhead, and
the tiny fishes that nibble my legs if I stand still on the
bottom for long enough, they make it truly idyllic.

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Nick Kew
 
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Peewiglet

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On Thu, 11 Aug 2005 21:59:32 +0100, Nick Kew
<[email protected]> wrote:


>There are always quite a few at my favourite swimming spot
>(which is a lovely bike ride across the moors from home -
>though no longer walking distance as it was before the move).
>Along with the lovely water, the mature trees overhead, and
>the tiny fishes that nibble my legs if I stand still on the
>bottom for long enough, they make it truly idyllic.


It truly does sound idyllic: I'm very envious.

Where are you?


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Peewiglet

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On Fri, 12 Aug 2005 00:39:29 +0100, Nick Kew
<[email protected]> wrote:


>> Where are you?

>
>To get both home and the swimming spot on the same map:
>
>http://www.streetmap.co.uk/newmap.s....srf&searchp=newsearch.srf&ax=248293&ay=74679
>
>Oh, and there's a clue to the river in the headers of all my postings:)
>But some of the other rivers are nice too.


A lovely part of the country - I'm envious again :)


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