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Well, it’s great to be back in the land of the living….er….blogging. I hope you are all enjoying the holiday season and getting to spend time with your loved ones. I had a wonderful holiday but was surprised just how … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate
Finding some pictures for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate was not too much of a challenge provided I limited myself to flowers. So my first post on the subject is floral. I found a couple of other interpretations which I’ll put in a … Continue reading
Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons
This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons is quite different down here in the Southern Hemisphere where Summer has just begun. In Brisbane we’ve had a spell of temperatures in the high 30’s. Last Thursday it was 39 degrees C in … Continue reading
28. In the Wilds of East Anglia!
While in Suffolk I had great fun following many of the meandering country roads in the district – around every corner there’s always another wonderful sight to admire and photograph. Remember to click on a photo if you want to … Continue reading
24. Amazing Aldeburgh!
I guess when you live in this part of the world swimming in the sea is not high on your list of priorities; nor sitting on the beach for that matter – which is just as well seeing as it consists 100 … Continue reading
23. A Genuine English Country Pub!
Next stop is the local pub Jason has in mind for lunch, Huntingfield Arms. It has a lovely bar and separate restaurant and is a listed building grade II. It was originally the estate manager’s house for nearby Heveningham Hall. Pubs … Continue reading
22. A delightful morning in Huntingfield
It was such a great time of year to be travelling in England – blossoms everywhere. I was sorry to leave the guest house but at 10am Sue and Jason arrived in the campervan and we headed into the centre … Continue reading
One Lovely Blog Award
A big heartfelt Thank you to Clanmother for nominating my blog for the One Lovely Blog Award on Sept 16th. I enjoy her blog immensely and feel honoured to be ‘mentioned in despatches’ in this way. If you haven’t … Continue reading
21. Wonderful Church, Wonderful B&B, Wonderful People!
Anyway, where was I? Oh yes – the large beer glass – in Southwold. The Lord Nelson had a wonderful log fire burning and it was a great relief to be able to feel my fingers again. We’d have stayed … Continue reading
20. Anyone for a sherry?
We couldn’t leave Southwold without a stroll through the town and, thankfully, once we were away from the sea front and sheltered from the howling wind by a few buildings we could resume communications although it was still VERY cold. … Continue reading