Remembering a recipe

Today’s guest picture comes from Dropscone. He found this fine toadstool on the golf course while he was playing recently. The brisker winds forecast for today did not make an appearance, and it was cool, grey but calm and dry when I went for a walk round the garden in the morning. I looked forContinue reading “Remembering a recipe”

Back home

Today’s guest picture comes from my brother Andrew. He has been on a short holiday where among other things, he enjoyed the sight of this church perched on the very edge of Rutland Water. As we made our way back from Marlow to Langholm, we had a journey of many parts today. We started byContinue reading “Back home”

Plain sailing

Today’s guest picture is another from our son Tony, who took this view of the old and the new Forth road bridges.  The new one, in the background, opens at the end of this month. Thanks to our visitors we had a untypical breakfast today as the vote went for bacon and egg baps insteadContinue reading “Plain sailing”

A very dull day (even by my standards)

Today’s guest picture, sent from Canada by Langholm exile Joyce, shows that other people go to shows too.  This is a set of pulling horses from the Williamstown Fair (est 1812) waiting for their turn to shine. I had a very quiet day which strangely enough came about because for the first time for someContinue reading “A very dull day (even by my standards)”