Saturday, 11 May 2013

The digger at work...


Following on from yesterday's post, I'm adding a couple of videos of the digger actually working

I hasten to add - In The Rain!

so there is one lurcher looking very wet and fed up in the first clip!
(sorry they are only very short clips though, the camera was about to run out of battery)...







 and the digger a bit closer....

















18 comments:

  1. Boy that is windy. Get digging diggers.Have a super Saturday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  2. What a day to be on the beach! :-) But I hope that William doesn't take lessons from that digger! :-)

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    1. I know Kim, it was slightly damp! As for William and digging, well, he does try to reach Australia sometimes, lol.

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    1. ...and we made sure we kept away from it Pat :)

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  4. William does not look happy! LOL

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    1. It's a strange thing, but he will go in the sea perfectly happy and get wet, but Rain is a different matter! lol.

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  5. Yes, it was very wet and windy here too yesterday.
    I think William would like to help that digger :-)

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    1. Oh, he does his fair share of digging, usually on the way back to the car :)

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  6. Oh wow.. it was really windy there. I would be afraid of tipping over in that wind. Love the bit in your comment about digging to Australia.. we always said digging to China. Guess its all relative to where you are. lol Always love your video clips.

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    1. I've always taken for granted saying Digging to Australia!, but as you point out it is all relative to where you live isn't it. Lol

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  7. I love the supervisor. :)

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  8. Your little art work cameos are divine. I do like beach huts, though they are ususally very expensive!
    xxx
    Zue

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    1. Thanks Sue, the beach huts there are for rent from Parkin Estates and people love that for their holidays
      http://www.parkinestates.co.uk/beach-huts.html

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  9. That's going to be a heck of a sandcastle when it's finished. lol.

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    1. Very good John....you should see the size of the flags!!

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