Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The ermine rushing along the dry stone wall, light lichen-covered peak of rock adaptation. He came to investigate my pile of newspapers, where the lengths of ash split is the seasoning, ready for next winter. The stacked wood at rest during the summer months, is a haven for mice, and the ripples on her ermine, which is upside down like a nuthatch.

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