Sheley , Thanks for the upload into 'photos'. EnJoy EnJoy
Thank you for your wonderful flags on Armistice Day. We will remember them.
Had great 3 days in july in paignton shame winters on its way beaches were great, cant wait to be here again
Why does this Skycam go Off-Line during the daylight hours?
I was here last month, oh to be back!
Hey, delivery men. The wagon would be unloaded quicker if you got off your barrels and lent a hand. The world is watching you - well 63 people at the moment . Pic posted for fun.
Omg I used to live here , why on earth did I leave:-( ?
Can't believe there isn't a webcam in Weston-Super-Mare!
Mick. Thank you very much for your information. I imagined that these palm trees were not native to Torquay, and you see, it was not a bad investment ... there they are happy! Yes, they can be the most common genre that adapt to a little cooler weather. The wind can stand it all, I think. Have a nice day!.
Good morning Patti, (27th April) I believe the Palms are 'Cabbage', but as Sam mentioned there are over two & half thousand species of palm. The majority of palm 'trees' are actually bushes. Here in Torquay the weather is much warmer that other parts of the UK and these Palms seem to be able to thrive. About 4 years ago Torquay local authority bought a Palm tree from Spain costing approx. £20.000, some locals were in uproar and thought it a waste of money. Have wonderful day.
I'm not sure if those palms are native there or were taken from a tropical place, and at least that one there is very similar to a type of palm tree that grows in Arica. Now we also have other types 3 or 4 more.
Look Batti, There are over 2600 palms species. Which species are these seen here in Torquay ? EnJoy EnJoy
Hello Here, at least I can appreciate a sunny day after seeing many winter days, these palms are of the same species that are in Arica.
Maybe Mother Holle lost. :) March is! Did you know?3/19/18 07.07