Welcome to my Sunday Sevens – a post where I share seven (or so) photos of my week away from the blog.
It’s been a quiet week with all out Christmas visitors gone and the UK not really having gone fully back to work post Christmas. There was New Years Eve, but after a busy Christmas, half full of cold and with the log burner beckoning, we didn’t fancy the cold dark walk to the pub and back to celebrate. The snails in our village however had different plans; we spotted them having a party on this rock on New Years Eve afternoon…
It’s been reasonably mild lately and signs of spring are starting to peak through…
No idea what the primroses are up to though. Some of them seem to be perpetually flowering in my garden…
Thursday was book group. I should have read The Secret Life of Bees – and I did want to – but Christmas had been far to busy for me to get round to it..
Today we had a walk through the woods to the old Arsenic mine at the Tamar Trails centre.
Chilling to think people used to work here with only a handkerchief over their faces for protection.
And that, I’m afraid, was the extent of the excitement in my world last week.
Until next time.