a frosty walk in the hills
It hasn't been above freezing for a few days, rare for around here.
posted on Dec. 31, 2008
I really wanted to keep the bag as a lunch bag. I think it would have kept me samitches safe.
posted on Dec. 29, 2008
same, yet different
I love how view of the hills is always changing.
posted on Dec. 28, 2008
another day, another walk,another Norman church
More views of the local countryside.
posted on Dec. 27, 2008
Boxing Day stroll
While J focused on the mud, I thought I'd show a bit of the scenery. The local church is from about 1100ish.
posted on Dec. 26, 2008
I hope everyone has a happy holiday, with much gift giving and overeating.
posted on Dec. 25, 2008
It actually feels like a LIVING room for the first time since we moved in. See entries for 15th-17th to see what it looked like.
posted on Dec. 23, 2008
almost made me a little homesick, it was so overdone.
posted on Dec. 20, 2008
we bought this at our local Christmas craft fair, it was made by the dev….er…woman that sold us this house.
posted on Dec. 18, 2008
First coat of plaster on. Nose, hair, ears, and eyes full of dust.
posted on Dec. 16, 2008
this was what the walls in the living room looked like before I plastered them. Seemed like a good project for the week before Christmas.
posted on Dec. 15, 2008
let me be the first
I know we weren't going to post pictures of our loos until we got really desperate, but I put down this cork floor today and didn't have a picture of anything...
posted on Dec. 13, 2008
Trip to Kendal
The road to Kendal, which has, as well as famous mint cake, pretty much everything we can't get in Penrith (except culture), is thru the southern bit of the...
posted on Dec. 11, 2008
I drive past these hills every time I go into Penrith, but you often can't see them.
posted on Dec. 10, 2008
I've found a way of dealing with the creeping Yuletidiness. The two handled cup is a traditional Scottish quaich, and it improves the taste of the whiskey.
posted on Dec. 09, 2008
There's no avoiding it now. I kept the doors locked, but it managed to creep thru a crack. Soon I shall be expected to be cheerful. Blegh.
posted on Dec. 08, 2008
It was a beautiful day for a drive back home.
posted on Dec. 06, 2008
six sliders and some giant scallops at The Seafood Temple.All in a building that used to be the public toilets.
posted on Dec. 05, 2008