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four F15 & k35r

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Seafire 47
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by Seafire 47 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 6:52 pm

Good shots squire,I was fortuitously renewing the outhouse roof when these beauty's rumbled overhead,damned sight more interesting than tedious DIY!

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wally1986
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by wally1986 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:08 pm

Seafire 47 wrote:Good shots squire,I was fortuitously renewing the outhouse roof when these beauty's rumbled overhead,damned sight more interesting than tedious DIY!
at least it spiced up the DIY :pop:
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by Aircraftpaulcornwall » Thu Sep 18, 2014 7:32 pm

Hi Graham,
What a lovely set of pictures mate! - you caught them just right.
After a rather cloudy and breezy day here today - we heard a lot of helo and a/c, jet activity during the day but didn't see one of them - really bad luck.
We heard some heavy jet activity late in the day, (perhaps these were the ones concerned!) - although again too cloudy to see anything! --Paul :huh:

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wally1986
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by wally1986 » Thu Sep 18, 2014 8:37 pm

ashton is the foggy'st place around hear normally but today it broke for a few hours but your right everywhere else was awful i went to CU today but all i got was this little chap...
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by Aircraftpaulcornwall » Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:00 pm

Hi Graham,
Many thanks - Good picture too! - people either hate or love squirrels - here, we love them! - we have the occasional one in the garden jumping around in the trees.
Yours was obviously a 'spotter' squirrel on the lookout for the non-existent Sea King that he had just heard passing over above the stratus overcast! --Paul!! :O

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buzzer
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Re: four F15 & k35r

Post by buzzer » Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:07 pm

wally1986 wrote:ashton is the foggy'st place around hear normally but today it broke for a few hours but your right everywhere else was awful i went to CU today but all i got was this little chap...
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Ah yes... the resident CU squirrel! !
Look carefully and you can see the little fella hot tailing it away in this shot! ! Image

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