Orchids at Ynyslas

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Re: Orchids at Ynyslas

Post by Lancashire Lad » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:11 pm

diggleken wrote:Ah, no wonder..............your signature is Christine Johnson though..............no matter, good to have you (both) aboard.
Hi Ken,

Chris, i.e username "Chris Johnson", doesn't currently have his name (or anything else) as a signature.
Christine Johnson, i.e. username "CJohnsonOHBR" does. ;)

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Re: Orchids at Ynyslas

Post by diggleken » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:22 pm

Hi Mike - I was right - The post I replied to was by Christine - and it was her I was meaning - confusion reigned then from a reply from Chris, not Christine - Chris must have thought I was posting to him, which I wasn't. :o
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Re: Orchids at Ynyslas

Post by Lancashire Lad » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:26 pm

Sorry Ken, and apologies to Christine & Chris - it's just me that's losing the plot! :oops: :D

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Re: Orchids at Ynyslas

Post by diggleken » Tue Jul 28, 2015 3:17 pm

No problem Mike - confusion at our age, what next? :lol:

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Re: Orchids at Ynyslas

Post by Leif » Sat Aug 01, 2015 7:33 am

jimmymac2 wrote:You are lucky to have dunes near you! Down here in Sussex all we get are Common Spotted Orchids, nothing else (in fact I know of only one Bee Orchid in the whole county)!
If you are prepared to make modest journeys, you could try East Hampshire. Noar Hill (pronounced as per Nor Hill) near Selborne is superb for wildflowers, being an old marl pit. It is near Mr Whitehead's cider. :) There must also be old chalk workings in Surrey.

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