Sunday, August 16, 2009

End of an Era....



After a roller-coaster of a summer trying to make long term plans, and on the cusp of booking some far away flights somewhere, a crazy two hour period this week found us having an offer excepted on a house we have been courting for months followed by a 'cash' buyer for our place after being on the market for ten days!!!!!!!!!!!!! The move is not a million miles from here, in terms of distance or move date (!) but it is not in Aylmerton. However, between the packing and running around there is an autumn to come so I'm sure WildlifeAylmerton hasn't seen its last post trumpeted just yet, here's hoping for one last goody.....

5 comments:

Peter said...

Well done! I'd seen the For Sale sign as I drive through Aylmerton 3 or 4 times a day. Good luck with the new house, wherever it is!
I'm the Peter who lives in Sustead who asked you about little owls a few months ago.
another question: would/could I have seen a peregrine hunched over a pigeon by the side of the road in Sustead. Definitely a raptor, but I guess it might have been a sparrowhawk. Grey is my memory. Well, my memory is definitely grey but what I mean is the colour of the bird ...
Peter

Nigel said...

Hi Andy, good luck with the sale and purchase, and hope all goes well with the move.

We hope you can continue your nature blogging from your new location.

Best wishes from Nigel and Susie, Waveney Valley Blog

Dean said...

All the best for your future in your new place, Andy.

Andy said...

Cheers Dean, got a few weeks yet...just putting together a new site, so you wont get rid of me that easy!!!

Andy said...

Thanks Peter, A not going far but no ,more passing through Susted on ,my way too work! In all likely hood it would have been a Sparrowhawk that you saw. Well Done