Tag Archives: Visiting gardens
There’s a whole load of photo-heavy posts in the works. Here’s an appetite-whetter: And another: And one last one: We’re on holiday… more soon!
We have just returned from a little jolly to the West Country. The focus of our visit was Glastonbury, to help a friend celebrate his 50th birthday, and I hope I’m as positive about it when it’s my turn. We travelled … Continue reading
The other day I acquired (possibly permanently, we shall see) a Fuji Finepix S7000. A certain amount of googling uncovered sufficient information for me to decide to test it out and see if I like it as a “spare” camera … Continue reading
Yesterday was both my and J’s birthdays and we had tickets to see a favourite band, who were playing in Brighton. This meant an overnight stay and the chance to do one or two other touristy things at the same … Continue reading
It’s been a few years since I posted about a visit to Castle Ashby gardens. Last Tuesday, despite the risk of showers, we went back with Mum, my brother, sister-in-law, nephews and the family dogs (Mum’s dog Benji and my … Continue reading
We have had a brief but enjoyable trip to Durham to see my brother and his family, and while there we took the opportunity to visit Crook Hall. This is a little haven near the busy city centre, a medieval … Continue reading
Not only have we done very little in our own garden this year, but we haven’t done much visiting either. Both are for the same reasons, really – J has been working away a lot and has not felt like … Continue reading