8 thoughts on “Home is where the hearth is.

  1. I’m always respectful when my avian neighbors honor me with their presence.

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    1. I’ve never been fortunate enough to have the pleasure. The nearest I ever came to it, was when we lived in Manly, on the Northern Beaches, we had a family of kookaburras that used to visit, and stay for several days at a time. And they really are a family, the young stay with the parents, right up until it’s time to find a mate, and start their own family.

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  2. That was indeed a lovely treat from John.

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    1. Yes, it was certainly something extra special. .XD

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    2. He does surprise and come up with some very nice work doesn’t he?

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      1. He does, indeed.

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