Monday Sevens

Welcome to a belated Sunday Sevens – at least I think it’s belated and I think it’s Lock Down Week 5. But who knows?

This week I decided it was going to stay warm enough at night for the pots to come out  onto the patio…

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With all the warm weather lots of flowers are coming into bloom. I’m particularly loving this phlox that I rescued from the rockery a few years ago, almost dead from rabbit attacks…

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This week Lovely Husband has been busy digging the stones out of some old hard standing…

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With the weather being so hot, garden I’ve added a diversion to our morning walk so that Harry can a have drink from a small stream – I just love this tiny clapper bridge that passes over it…

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The sheep are clearly feeling the heat – who’d want to wear woolly coat when the weather’s so hot?

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Whilst the sheep have been sheltering, the sun has brought out the dragon flies…

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Out and about I was also pleased to find a pile of wood for the taking – LH had used his last scraps on the Scrap Happy Greenhouse, so we helped ourselves to some of of it…

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And for my last photo, anyone up for a game of Where’s Harry?

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Stay safe, stay well.

Until next time,

Bekki x

8 thoughts on “Monday Sevens

  1. I know what day it is because today is the first day I get just a tiny bit more freedom….. today I can drive to the beach for a walk, provided my car will start after six weeks of enforced retirement. I’m guessing the AA might be quite busy today 🙂

    I love that little bridge and of course I can’t find Harry – but I’m guessing he is one of those goldy mounds on the left side of the pic. The dragonfly made me laugh – that’s so cool!

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    1. How fabulous. I hope your car starts without need for assistance.
      We have lots of lovely bridges of that construction on Dartmoor – although many are a lot bigger.
      A yellow dog amongst yellow gorse isn’t easy to spot. He should become easier to see once the colour goes.
      Enjoy your newfound freedom – I know Siddy will too 🙂

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  2. Oh I do like seeing a tree for the sheep. I always have a grumble at seeing livestock in pasture with no shelter. I think it should be law to plant a tree or two for them. 😁 Bit worried about the size of you dragonflies. Nice woodpile to rummage too. We could do with a replenish after a few spring jobs have depleted our spare woody bits too!

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    1. Poor sheep don’t have it easy. I feel sad for them when it’s too hot. I feel sad for them when they’re out in the wind and rain and then I feel sad someone’s going to eat them 😦
      The size of the dragonflies is a little worrying 🙂

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