Up and down

Today’s guest picture is another of Paul’s Lake District delights.  Knowing that I like bridges, he sent me this one of a the bridge at Rosthwaite in Borrowdale. We had a chilly day here, but as it was above freezing and dry, we weren’t complaining.  I thought that it was too cold for cycling thoughContinue reading “Up and down”

Doris Day is not a big hit

There is no guest picture today because I do not have one and so a gallery from the Moorland Feeders will take top billing instead. We were threatened with wind, rain and snow as storm Doris came to visit us today but after a night of rain, we were largely untroubled by her  during theContinue reading “Doris Day is not a big hit”

A degree of difference

Today’s guest picture, sent by my sister Mary, shows the Earl of Pembroke, Chancellor of the University 1617-30, in a design by Rubens, looking very pleased with himself in front of the Bodleian Library in Oxford. It was an almost sunny day today.  All day it looked as though the sun was going to burst throughContinue reading “A degree of difference”

Two tech surprises

Today’s guest picture shows Dropscone’s granny’s rocking chair which his son has recently got re-upholstered. I could have done with a rocking chair myself this morning as it was too wet and windy to be attractive to a cyclist.  As a result I spent the morning watching and waiting as breakfast morphed seamlessly into morningContinue reading “Two tech surprises”