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I actually took this photo a few weeks ago on a visit to Mount Grace Priory, North Yorkshire because I loved the view from the window. I didn’t get the photo I wanted but I do kind of like what I ended up with because the Ivy has created a frame. Continue reading “My Sunday Photo: A Room With a View (sort of…)”
I first came across this post on Natalie the Explorer’s blog and thought it was great. She, and some other bloggers, share their month in a sentence a day. I thought it would be fun to join in, though I’m not that good at limiting my days to just one sentence. It’s good to look back at what I’ve been up to and makes me feel grateful for the good in my life. So, without further ado, here’s what I’ve been up to. Continue reading “May in a Sentence a Day”
On a recent day out to a national trust site, we turned a corner and came across this lovely pond (lake?) and did a double take – these birds aren’t real, but for a moment, we thought they were… Continue reading “My Sunday Photo: Lakeside View”
Not so long ago, we went to Goodrich Castle, a Norman medieval castle (or rather the ruin of one) just outside Ross-on-Wye in Herefordshire and about 10 miles from Monmouth on the Welsh border. I read online that William Wordsworth described it as a noble ruin and I can see why. It’s pretty impressive and much more complete than I expected.
(Yes, this was another visit on a grey day – I have a knack for this!). Continue reading “Places to Visit: Goodrich Castle, A Noble Ruin”
As I haven’t been blogging at all this week anyways, I figure it’s time to sign off…Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year and I’ll see you in 2018 (bar a bit of social media maybe).