My intention for 2017 is to do/make or embrace art every day.
Lovely shell, but they're pesky little devils aren't they?My mum used to throw them over our wall into the next door neighbours garden - He probably threw them straight back again, that's why she could never get rid of them :0)
I´ve seen a lot around my home too due to the rainy weather lately - hope to NOT see them too close..!
113? Horrendous! Thought yuou might like to see my friend Niqi's enormous cupcake for a Friday Cake Bake at unaperroblanco.blogspot!
What did you do with them?
Andamento - I put them out with the green waste collection!
Oh those sneaky snails! We have been lucky this year to have a pair of thrush in the garden and they have eaten nearly every one of the snails in the last couple of months
Pesky things! After the rain in my garden it is as if someone tips a bucket full of them on my grass!Julie xxxx
Great photo. Afterwards, I trust that you slung the little blighter into next door's garden!
Clever putting them into the green waste, let the council deal with them!LoveLynxxx
With the numbers in my garden, I've been tempted just recently to try a snail recipe! Hasn't your snail got a lovely shell. x
I was wondering what you did with them too! Juliex
We rarely see snails around here, but I well remember following their silvery trail when I was growing up in UK!
Hello Simone. I have just had such a lovelycatch upon your posts. Your garden is looking amazing. Desperate to get out there but we are having such a dullpatch of weather here. xx
Lets hope the warmer weather that's forecast will dry the little blighters out!Janet x
Wow that is a lot! I thought we had loads in ours. Miss P and I collect them in a bucket and release them in the field. I can't bring myself to put pellets down.Take careIsabelle x
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