Badgering On

I would really like to know who it was decided elections in this country get held in May; not people with gardens, I’m guessing. I’d also like to know why I thought it was a good idea to start not just Pedal on Parliament but another election-focused inclusive active travel campaign that has meant we’ve spent the last week trying to keep up with all the various Scottish political parties which have been popping up (and occasionally popping back down again) like mushrooms after the rain.

So blogging has been a bit light – as has doing anything that’s not work, cycle campaigning, riding for the paper and popping out occasionally to apologise to my garden for neglecting it.

Fortunately, my new toy has revealed that there are at least a few visitors to the garden who have been enjoying the amenities greatly (bribed by a nightly handful of carefully distributed peanuts)

Although it’s possible they’ve realised we’re onto them.

Or maybe they just don’t like the angle at which we’ve placed the camera. Everyone’s a critic these days.

4 Responses to Badgering On

  1. Or if they’re like my cats… “is this food?” “not food…”

  2. disgruntled says:

    @K I think there may be something in that

  3. stephaniMok says:

    Your badgers look enormous!

  4. disgruntled says:

    They’re pretty chunky!

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