Where we live we really don’t get much snow, so when the opportunity comes you grab it. On Sunday we saw a very slight snow fall and it was lovely to be out and about walking in it. In fairness when we set off, we thought we were missing any snow, but as we approached … More Snowy walk
It seems to be becoming a tradition to take a walk on New Year’s Day in our house. Perhaps a need for fresh air after days cooped up indoors, or the need to walk off over-indulgence over Christmas. Whatever the reason, there is a general consensus to go for a walk on New Year’s Day. … More New Year’s Day walk
December saw wintery walks with a very obliging Robin, and time spent making presents for Christmas. As for 2018, well sorting the photo’s has made me realise how much I miss going for walks with my camera and I would like to do more of that this year, especially as I know I benefit physically … More December 2017
October and November were full of busy at work and there were less photo’s – only 1 photo in November!! Despite being full of busy at work, they’re were trips to a farm where T and M took part in runs, visiting to different departments around Cambridge, training in London and an evening out. I … More October and November 2017
Lots of photo’s of our few days at the seaside, we weren’t there long at all, but it was soooooo restorative. I definitely should live closer to the coast considering how much better I feel after a visit.
In August we had day trips to London, which mainly involved trying out lots of different forms of transport. M had to wait for Dad to join us before going on the cable cars, but then loved them, unlike me as I discovered I’m still not great at heights especially when I’m held up by … More August 2017
July was busy with days out that included the amazing Abbey Church of St Leonard, Wrest Park and Fibre East. There were also rare moments of cat harmony. Making and baking involved slow progress on shawls and biscuits.