Look closely. Swallow's nesting in the dunes part way to Polzeath.
A quiz for Granddad L: how many are there?
Somebody's getting ready for something.
Bike 4 coffee
The roof bars took a while to figure out. Then the rails needed to be clean before attaching the bars. So the car needed to be washed. That took a while. Then a hunt in the shed to find the straps. That took another while. Finally, a trip to Colliers and without too much flaffing about the 2×2s (aka 38×38s) where on the roof. Except…Woodinville Bear.
If only I'd have thought of that sooner.
F's fish pie had a special corner.
Farmer T is moving the path. It might be tidy, but it's rough on the wildlife.
One pair, two mats, three stars
A ride to Green & Gorgeous. Lovely flowers and a lovely ride. Inspiration for some painting!!!
Happy birthday lovely.
Moles. Don't you just love them?
Part of sunday lunch for 15-ish. Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's Lamb, Potatoes & Mushrooms (from P249 of Three Good Things… On a plate).
PS please don't tell H about the mushrooms.
Answers in the comments or on a postcard.
I guess the old man deserves a comfortable spot. He is nearly 90 after all.
Preparing flights for the great weekend darts match. The grey fox was unable to defend his championship title due to a previous engagement with a palm frond. M was the unexpected tournament break through (double 20, and a triple 19). But F, or maybe P, just pipped H for the win.
St Mary's Church in Newham Murren. Tucked away just off the Ridgeway. Blink and you'll miss it.
Inspired by A's 'Through the magnifier'.
Yogi on guard duty. Afternoon snoozes must be protected!
Inspired by A's series of pasties, I present Beanz. Yup, with a "z". Apparently it was z-ed sometime around 2008, which unsurprisingly is long before they were available in the United States other than as imports by the English Pantry.
Yes, F's favourite cat is out and about. Though the rabbits aren't so pleased.
The amazing floor of the Jam Factory.
This tree is sculptural.
I asked the boys (no, not those boys, nor those, the SMMS boys) for some advice on climbing these lovely specimens. The consensus so far is to start at the bottom, although B is still thinking.
"Time has a different quality in a forest, a different kind of flow. Time moves in circles, and events are linked, even if it's not obvious that they are linked. Events in a forest occur with precision in the flow of tree time, like the motions of an endless dance." The Wild Trees, Richard Preston
We stopped off half way for a quick pint. "Nice bar" said Ewok.
The Aiddy alter-Nate Commute Vee-hee-call is still going. Ish. Going rather than going strong that is. Ish. It just needs some TLC. A lot of TLC for the AACV.
The planes are back in the skies. Getting ready for the Easter rush.
"I knew you were there anyway." he said.
The boys were round for music (Roy Harper), chat, beer & snacks. Obviously I had to arrange the 積ん読 along the bench, in a not so subtle attempt to impress.
Finally, we received one of the fabled benefits.
The Economist looking for one, just one, of the elusive promised Brexit opportunities.
Yes, I did predict the future which is why 👆 that link goes foward in time. Clever eh?
There was a time that this post would have been titled Cars, on sidewalks. But we've been fully re-acclimated now. Almost.
This post is for everyone who ever asked "Why doesn't that cyclist get out of my way". You're welcome.
M started a Guinness Challenge. Here's my pour attempt from a can.
Oh, and note how the computational photography calculation to simulate DoF got the glass wrong, again 😎 📷 🖥
Mum cut my fringe with a ruler. Do you like it?
Just not to me.
The trouble with selling your designs through an agent is that you don't usually know where they end up. Then one day you see your work in a magazine. Sophisticated. Quintessential. Joyful.
Proud of you F.