It's Friday again! Woo hoo!! Do join us for Five on Friday over at Amy's link-up on Love Made My Home.
I often put photos on my blog of plants in the garden but today here are a few of the more unusual garden occurrences.
One - Aeroplanes
We normally have the odd plane pass overhead on the way to the airport, more when the Queen is at Windsor Castle as the flight paths change. However, in years with even numbers, we might have more unusual planes zoom over. This year was no exception.
This is the Great War Display team. Can't see the biplanes? Here's a better photo from the team's Facebook page.
The Farnborough International Airshow is a week long event with static displays as well as aerial displays. The first few days are for the trade with the public able to get tickets for the weekend. I haven't been for many years and always found it VERY LOUD when I was a child.
Two - Ticks
We are surrounded by trees and have deer and foxes that pay us a visit from time to time so we have to keep an eye out for ticks when we've been gardening as they can carry Lyme's Disease. You don't feel the tick attaching, they can't jump or fly but as they feed on blood from all sorts of animals, they can pass on an infection so it's really important not to pull them out but remove them carefully with a tool, see this link for information.
Three - Fireworks
We are lucky to have an organised firework display at the end of the garden each November. If the weather is not very nice, we can watch out of the window!
Four - Pretty Skies
Five - Animals
Sometimes you might catch a woolly animal lurking in the undergrowth!
Have a great week.