Juneathon 18/30 – are we nearly there yet?

It wasn’t that I was tempted to tumble off the Athon wagon today. It would be more accurate to say that I was tempted to do a great big high dive with triple somersaults off the Athon wagon. Apparently I’m not allowed to do that though. I could have just done the miserable route back from the supermarket, but there is one piece of treasure that I wanted to tick off before we head down south.

For this reason (and I hope that Fortnight Flo appreciates it) Ginge dropped me off near the milestone and I had to run the two point something miles back home (inevitably this would be rounded up to a nice tidy three…).

Quite fancy for these parts.

Ginge’s eagle eyes came in use again as he had spotted a deceased hedgehog at the side of the road. Thank you, @torsparkles for turning me into someone who takes photos of roadkill

Poor hedgehog.

I also spotted a postie’s red elastic band, which isn’t actually on the list but I took a photo of it for my mum because she says you don’t often see them any more.

Rarely seen round our way – one of the local councillors is waging a war on rubber bands. I am waiting for Mr Clegg to nick the idea to suggest as a government strategy.

I’m not sure which is worse, the fact that I have been photographing roadkill or that I have been photographing discarded rubber bands. In fact, please don’t answer that.

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7 thoughts on “Juneathon 18/30 – are we nearly there yet?

  1. fitartist says:

    Oh yes, the elusive red elastic band. Hector collects elastic bands and we noticed the red ones disappearing towards the end of last year, they use beige ones now. I hope you picked it up for your mum.

  2. fortnightflo says:

    ooooh that is a very posh one! I’m very impressed. Oh and my hubby is a postie so we have LOADS of those red rubber bands – they still use them around here!

  3. gogirl2012 says:

    I appreciate the hedgehog road kill that’s a different type of road kill the we have in the states!

  4. cmmercer says:

    I can confirm they still use them – evidently we are at the end of a bundle of post as our driveway is often littered with them!

  5. mum says:

    How sad to see another hedgehog has met its untimely end.
    Like red elastic bands we’ll miss them when they are no more.
    Don’t get me started on bees …

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