Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Testing

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Heard that Windows Live Writer is working again, so just testing. The choice of the rabbits image probably subconscious because in Swedish we often use the term “test rabbits” (försökskaniner) rather than lab rats or guinea pigs… (Please note that no animals were actually harmed in this experiment. The green ‘cables’ are water hoses, I think - picture taken in the old cemetery.)

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  1. Well that was a delightful test, since I love rabbits and have been a fan of Beatrix Potter for years.

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    1. I know they are considered a bit of nuisance at the cemetery (nibbling at more than the grass sometimes) - but I still enjoy seeing them hopping about when I go for my walks there :) They're very shy and it's not often they sit still close enough or long enough for me to be able to catch them with the camera.

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  2. Yes I'm glad it's back up and running.

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    1. So am I, Adrian - even if in between, I "realearned" to use the Blogger editor, and found it working better for me now than I remembered from the past.

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    2. Yes I kept posting but didn't enjoy using Blogger editor. I realise my template is from the stone age so will design a new one this week.

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  3. yippee for windows writer, i know you missed it... tee hee on the no rabbits harmed. love it

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  4. The German term for guinea pigs/lab rats is the same as the Swedish one - Versuchskaninchen, "test rabbits" :-)
    In Stuttgart's inner city parks, we have a huge population of rabbits. I suppose that is one reason why there are an estimated 5.000 foxes living in the city and finding enough to eat (not just from foraging rubbish bins and nicking cat food left outside).

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  5. Yes rabbits can be a serious problem in a cemetery burrowing into and undermining graves and gravestones. They look attractive though.

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