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deadmotelsusa · a month ago
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The former Blue Star Motel of Rutland, Vermont now operates as the Pine Tree Lodge. It is no longer a motel and only offers long term rentals.
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thisisengland · 7 months ago
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Normanton Church, Rutland.
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cpahlow · 4 months ago
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Had to share this @weheartit
Cottage in Rutland, the smallest county in the England
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federer7 · 3 months ago
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Duke of Rutland Drinks Champagne at Belvoir Castle, England, 1959
Photo: Burt Glinn
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radicalgraff · a year ago
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'Eat the Rich with Rice’
Spotted in Rutland, Massachusetts
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coffee-in-cottages · 5 months ago
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Seaton, Rutland
Diminutive local service steaming away for Uppingham
Circa late 1950s
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dansnaturepictures · 2 months ago
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17/07/2022-Lyndon and Egleton Nature Reserves, Rutland Water: Part 2 of 2-The butterflies, dragonflies, mammals, other wildlife, flowers and landscape
Following on from my previous post it was also another brilliant day of watching butterflies with a host of species seen and so many individuals too, charted well by Big Butterfly Counts I did at both Lyndon and Egleton. At Lyndon seventeen Gatekeeper, eleven Small White, two Small Skipper, thirteen Meadow Brown, one Ringlet, one Comma, one Brimstone that was sat on the mud of the lagoon with a Small White for a little bit an interfering and nice sight a star species seen today, one Peacock, one Red Admiral and a scrumptious and bright scarlet Small Copper were a pleasing set of results. It felt significant that it’s the first Big Butterfly Count I’ve done this year where I’ve counted into double figures for three target species.
It was a wealth of colour at Egleton too the meadows and pathways of Rutland Water were brimming with butterflies today; in my Big Butterfly Count two Commas, fifteen Small White, five Meadow Brown, two Specked Wood, one Six-spot Burnet moth, one Brimstone, one Ringlet, five Gatekeeper, a faded Painted Lady and an eye catching Peacock looking stunning in the sunshine seen from a hide were brilliant to see. I broke new ground at both seeing target species for the count that I’d not yet seen in one this year.
In the world of other wildlife Brown Hawker and Ruddy Darter two year ticks in Norfolk on Friday starred as we saw them so well today some brilliant views. Southern Hawker, Black-tailed Skimmer and Emperor showed well today too. I also enjoyed seeing a Grey Squirrel feeding on the feeder at Lyndon visitor centre, sheep and cattle in this rural landscape, a nice Roesel’s bush cricket which we got a good view of a highlight of the trip, Common Red Soldier beetle, Swollen-thighed Beetle and spiders across the day. A real wealth of flora and fauna which was so good to see.
We saw many flowers well throughout today with one particular patch of meadow at Egleton which just looked so beautiful with it covered in bird vetch and oxeye daisy, yarrow, mallow, scabious, lady’s-bedstraw and carrot all carpeting the area making for stunning scenes with viper’s-bugloss nearby. Meadow crane’s-bill, thistle, teasel, marsh woundwort at Lyndon where I learnt this flower last year, hedge woundwort, buddleia I believe at Egleton which I took the fifth picture in this photoset of, the dotted loosestrife at Lyndon which I saw yesterday evening again, swatches of ragwort and dock adorning the islands in lagoon four alongside oxeye daisy too, possibly sorrel, another white one, pineappleweed, St. John’s-wort, white clover and broad-leaved clover were special to see too. There were nice red berries again to see today which the third picture in this photoset at Egleton shows. I took the ninth picture in this photoset of pretty pink yarrow and carrot and the seventh and eighth of the particularly nice meadow area on the way to lagoon four. 
In the strong sunshine there were nice views of meadow, reedbed, fields, water and more today which was so lovely to take in and be out in today. I took the first two pictures in this photoset of views at Lyndon and fourth, sixth and tenth pictures in this photoset of views at Egleton. Like all the days away we got talking to some brilliant like-minded people with many of them doing as we were visiting here whilst here for the Bird Fair. It was so good to see the famous lagoon four where the sea dragon was discovered last year. And it was nice to take in the pretty villages once more on the way home. 
What an amazing weekend away of birdwatching, butterflies and dragonflies key moments in my year for all, as well as moths and mammals with all of my year lists growing this weekend, as well as flowers, views, walking, social interaction and helping raise money for a good cause by visiting the Bird Fair and relaxation. An unforgettable time. My full wildlife sightings summary for the day is in my previous post. It was beautiful to watch the sun go down and see Buzzard on the way home seeing Lesser Black-backed Gulls and the Greylag Goose that frequent it on my school field as we got back home and a moth in my room once in tonight.
Part 1 of today’s blogs is here: https://dansnaturepictures.tumblr.com/post/690142199183212544/17072022-lyndon-and-egleton-nature-reserves 
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deadmotelsusa · a year ago
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A 1960′s brochure advertising the former Sun-set Motel of Rutland, Vermont
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disabilityhorizons · 3 months ago
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At The Old Vicarage, Burley. Beautiful open garden. Just had some lovely cake too! #opengardens #trabasack #GardenParty #rutland (at Burley, Rutland) https://www.instagram.com/p/CeJSHbuIlR7/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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j-r-macready · a year ago
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"Battle of Britain" 70th Anniversary GR9
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"Battle of Britain" 70th Anniversary GR9 by Neil Bates Via Flickr: "Battle of Britain" 70th anniversary Harrier GR9 1(F)Sqn ZD403/32 JX-B Training low level for the final time prior to the Harrier's withdrawal from operations only 2 months after this shot was taken at RAF Cottesmore, Rutland. In omnibus princeps;'First in all things'. 12th October 2010
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vampire-moon · a year ago
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Tomb Raider men in the Twink/Bear/Hunk meme! Is it accurate? XD
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radicalgraff · a year ago
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"ACAB includes Joe + Kamala"
Spotted in Rutland, Massachusetts
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mondonews · 8 months ago
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A Naturalist Stumbled on an Ichthyosaur Skeleton, the Largest in U.K. History
A Naturalist Stumbled on an Ichthyosaur Skeleton, the Largest in U.K. History
The fossilized remains of the marine reptile, often referred to as a “sea dragon” and believed to be 180 million years old, were discovered at a nature reserve. At the bottom of a lagoon at a nature reserve in England, a secret lay dormant for millenniums, hidden by mud, water and ice. Only recently had the fossilized remains been found, a throwback to when dinosaurs ruled the Earth and gigantic…
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