The calm after the storm

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by Dropscone and shows the sort of food he had to put up with on his recent holiday abroad. Standing in a gale looking at wild flowers for several hours yesterday proved to be curiously tiring and when I woke up this morning, I felt very much likeContinue reading “The calm after the storm”

Humming a well known song.

Today’s guest picture was supplied by Sandy.  Because I was in the choir, I missed much of the goings on on the Baton Relay day.  To make up for this, Sandy has kindly sent me a picture of the mounted Cornet carrying the baton down the Kirk Wynd with an escort of flags of allContinue reading “Humming a well known song.”

Sing, sing, sing

Today’s guest picture was sent to me by Gavin who has been in the viallge of Reeth in Swaledale.  He points out that the first stage of the Tour de France goes through this village and hopes that the peleton will have a clearer view of what is a road and what is roof thanContinue reading “Sing, sing, sing”

Confused

Today’s picture is of a soggy rose in the morning which can’t quite cope with the wet. It was cloudy but warm so while Mrs Tootlepedal was probably sipping champagne for her breakfast as they do in the south of England, I had a plate of porridge and a gentle pedal with Dropscone.  I wentContinue reading “Confused”