Sea of Masts in Torquay Looking at Torquay through a sea of masts.All the boats, ready and waiting for summer crowds.Taken during an October getaway to the Devon coast. We stayed at a great little cottage on the hills above Teignmouth, but had to take some time out to explore the coast. Torquay was fun….
Took a walk to the local lake yesterday. It certainly felt like summer, though I suspect we are still in spring. I always like this view down the lake in any season. Between jobs and still catching up on a health issue, the local St James Lake is a very pleasant place to be. This…
Old buildings feature in many parts of the London cityscape. Generally, as London has grown, there is a mix of old and new. Like this.
A seashell on a sunny beach.The patterns cast by the sun shining through the moving seawater caught my eye, and here’s the image.
After a long day’s travel, a sundowner at the end of the day on a beach on the Isle of Wight. It was autumn, but still warm enough.
Classic Cars in the Brackley Piazza – 2019. I arrived a bit late, but, out of a turnout of over 120 cars, there were still a few left.
The Falkland Arms Pub in Great Tew, Oxfordshire. Being in Great Tew, we dropped into the Falkland arms for a Saturday light lunch. Good plan!
Summer of 2019 was crazy. Working with BoB’s coffe rook us to places we wouldn’t normally have gone. Music, mud and rain and fun. And work.
We tag along with Bretts Own Brews’ “Betty” mobile coffee shop at Holistic Harborough in The Square at Market Harborough.
Call it a tour of the neighbourhood. It started out as a quick drive to check out a bakery and have some coffee. It ended up as a three county tour, featuring coffee and good food. Brunch at the Bakergirl in Oxfordshire Our daughter and her partner invited us for a drive to check out…
A little visit to London. Camden Market at sundown – it’s always a great place to visit and nice to sit in one of the pubs as the day turns into evening.
Starting with a family wedding in May, the spring and summer have been filled with activities. Now i’m trying to catch up. Here’s part 1. From home we can be anywhere in London in under 2 hours. It’s a trip we do occasionally just for fun, or sometimes on business. We recently had a visitor…