Every Summer Has A Story

Strolled through our village yesterday with my trusty photographic sidekick aka my Dad and I thought we’d share it with you.

I know I'm home when I follow this lane to the allotment

I know I’m home when I follow this lane to the allotment

In a week or so this field will be full of blooming wild irises

In a week or so this field will be full of blooming wild irises

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No fairies at the bottom of our garden, just a cowshed

No faires at the bottom of our garden, just a cowshed

I’m off now to catch up with all of you over a cup of tea; have a sunny & safe weekend my friends.

76 thoughts on “Every Summer Has A Story

  1. Thank you for sharing. You know I love outdoors and gardening. I’ve been pretty busy, but you’ve always been there, my blogging friend. Great weekend to you as well 🙂

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      • You know i DO love a good photo op….as to the mowing? Unless the mower has a big ol’ padded seat to park my big ol’ padded butt and a cupholder to hold my marguerita….you are likely right!

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    • I use to tell my nieces that all the time! Peter Pan is my absolute favourite childrens’ book; I love the legacy too that he left behind for Great Ormond Street Childrens Hospital what a fabulous thing to do

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  2. That’s looking great! I’m off to London now, and dreading the weather. It is not looking good 😉
    Makes me cherish those sunny moments even more!

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  3. Now you’re making me homesick for England! I love those lush hedgerows along the lanes. We also lived in a very green area – on a farm in Worcestershire. I used to think it was like living in Tolkien’s Shire — magical.

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  4. I forget how very green and beautiful English country lanes are in summer. Thank you for persuading Dad to share his landscapes with us. I look forward to more, especially of the allotment

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