The Cornfield Flower Project was started in 1998 to try and reverse the plight of these rare annual plants of arable fields. In this short audio interview, recorded in a wonderful field of poppies and other wildflowers, Project Co-ordinator Chris Wilson outlines the aims and achievements of the initiative. The Cornfield Flowers Project is funded by the North York Moors National Park Sustainable Development Fund, LEADER and the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Hey greetings this is Matt from this life checking in. It's been way too long. One of my new year's resolution was actually start you know documenting more things again. I really felt the ___ and well I guess I need to start moving on it. Really there's not a whole kind of a poppy(?) if you made it through all the holidays here which is great. I started the new year off extremely right ___ just the 5 K on new years day on January 1st. My wife and I decided to run it was a really great race it was caught the Polar dash and it was extremely cool. I mean the temperature wasn't bad it was like 20 degrees but ___ 23mi an hour win which made it be almost like 10 degrees and it was really challenging ___
by John Henry's Phone Blog
Tags: white clouds, picturesque town, air temperature
Hello Facebook fans, it is now 10:15 and I have reached the town of Paul Lana. It is sunny day some poppy white clouds in the air. Temperature has been good. Ride's been good. A lot of flat so far but you know that's gonna change. Just arrived. Still winding down from the ride. Still looking good. This very picturesque(?) town established in 1870. There's a saloon and above the saloon there's a sign that says no weapon. I think this is gonna be my kind of town. Anyway I want you to know I am having some time.
by michelle's phlog
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Tags: grand mama, sound of silence, ear plug
Hello, this is EK(?) calling again in for the Sound of Silence. ___ my room is the quiet place at my house. No no it's part 2. I heard dog's squacky(?) and my dog, dog barking. Part3, my Poppy uses ear plug that works to quiet down loud noises. My great grand mama uses a hearing a hearing nay(?) so noises will be louder. Bye bye.