Crossed lines

Today’s guest photograph comes from my sister Caroline. She found some nice looking lawn tennis courts where people seemed to prefer drinking coffee to playing the game. We had another day here which took a bit of time to warm up, but by midday, the clouds had cleared away and it was wonderfully sunny butContinue reading “Crossed lines”

Concerted action

Today’s picture shows Wetton Mill tucked into the hill in Staffordshire where my brother Andrew was having one of his rambles.  Apart from the attraction of its situation, there is a tearoom there too. I woke up with the time and energy to go cycling.  I leapt up,  drew the curtains and saw the rainContinue reading “Concerted action”

Another day of rest

Today’s picture, from my sister Susan’s recent stay in NZ shows TSS Earnslaw traversing Lake Wakatipu. We woke to another gloriously sunny but sub zero day.  It didn’t take long for it to get above zero though and it would have been a wonderful day for cycling, if I hadn’t been absolutely laid low byContinue reading “Another day of rest”

On a clear day you could see quite well

Today’s picture shows my sister Susan on Mt Taranaki in New Zealand where she is visiting friends and linking up with my brother and his wife who are also there.  He sent me this picture. We were just as sunny as that today but  we were a lot colder and I had to break theContinue reading “On a clear day you could see quite well”

Will this fine weather never end?

Today’s picture shows a Zulu dancer and his group who were performing in Langholm today.  Not the sort of thing we see every day. The Zulu group rounded off a very good day indeed. The day started, as usual on the first Saturday of a month, with a visit to our local producers’ market whereContinue reading “Will this fine weather never end?”