A productive visit

Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew. He enjoyed some perfect weather on a group walk beside the River Dove today. We enjoyed a sunny day here too. This was a good thing, as it was the day of the Langholm Agricultural Show on the Castleholm, an event all too often plagued by equinoctialContinue reading “A productive visit”

I can see clearly now

Today’s guest picture comes from our daughter Annie. It was taken this evening, and shows that south London gets fine sunsets too. Even aeroplane vapour trails can look good. We had a very windy day here today, breezy enough to damage our garage door which I hadn’t wedged open securely. When we looked around, weContinue reading “I can see clearly now”

Round the world in an hour and a half

Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew.  On his way back from his Welsh outing, he visited Nantwich and had a cup of coffee in this wonderful building next to the Crown Hotel.  As everyone knows, the present Crown Hotel was built on the site of an earlier inn of the same name, destroyed inContinue reading “Round the world in an hour and a half”

A lot to see but most of it quite far away

Today’s guest picture comes from Gavin in America.  He says that he has never been so close to a deer before. Our spell of dry and windy weather continued today, with the wind even stronger than yesterday so that it felt decidedly chilly when the sun wasn’t out. I started the day off with aContinue reading “A lot to see but most of it quite far away”

Staying at home

Today’s guest picture was taken by my flute pupil Luke’s mother.  Sharon works a few miles out of town and has had to drive through bad conditions.  This is why we stayed in today. The weather wasn’t quite so bad today as the forecast suggested but we abandoned two possible excursions and stayed quietly atContinue reading “Staying at home”