Sunday, 23 July 2017


ANOTHER RAINY DAY but not unexpected for this time of the year.  - a bit of  Brook Benton for you

Here is a photograph of one our native wood pigeons hunched up trying to ignore it.

Having a micro-climate here, our longest season is Spring. It starts in early winter. The paper whites and snowflakes are now past their best, then it is the turn of the jonquils and in the last 3 days here come the King Alfred daffodils - in the morning there were a couple out but by late afternoon more suddenly appeared and I brought them inside before the rain broke them down. I am putting up with sneezing because their perfume is so full of promise.

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