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Published on Jun 13, 2009
The mainly white one came to stay first and Mark would be hanging washing out or be feeding guinea pigs and the pigeon wasn't worried at all. The next day I felt well enough to go and sit outside and I put some chick crumbs down and out of nowhere came the mainly grey one. They are lovely. I managed to pick up the grey one as I saw blue marks on it's flight feathers which were the owners telephone number stamped on there (Brill idea). I gave him a ring to say where his bird was and it should have headed back to Bridlington. They've been lurking a few days and roosting here but tonight at dusk they were nowhere to be seen. I just hope they make it home safely. I've no idea where the white one should be but I expect they have suddenly got their bearings and gone. I'm quite sad really. I love pigeons after having Penny as a girl then a couple when I was with Adam. I kind of hoped they'd hang around forever. They're so pretty with the purple and green metallic tinge to their feathers and such lovely eyes. I hope they're waiting for me in the morning ;-)