TeaGuide: Reviews and Ramblings

October 19, 2012

Tea and confessions of a very amateur bird watcher

Filed under: tea — by teaguide @ 2:29 pm
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Every autumn we put out the bird feeders – one’s a big metal affair for black oil sunflower seeds, and the other’s a perforated sock-like device for thistle (nyjer) seeds. The pole that holds the feeders is located about twenty feet in front of the house so we can watch the birds – and, naturally, the squirrels – while we’re having our morning or afternoon tea on the balcony.

 

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  1. What a delightful blog, I’m glad I found you :) I’m newly discovering the delights of proper tea so reading up about it. We have a lovely new tea shop in our town called Maktub Tea House and I’m working my way through their menu!
    Sounds like you had a nice peaceful morning. I love autumn!

    Comment by Jo — October 19, 2012 @ 3:03 pm |Reply


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