Monthly Archives: June 2009
Visiting the Borders today. Long rolling hills instead of high, peaky mountains. Misty loves the adventure.
Had a busy day yesterday: Oban in the morning – including a superb lunch at Eusk, an “Italian” overlooking the bay. Him Behind the Wheel has coeliac disease and is limited to a strictly gluten free diet. We were pleasantly … Continue reading
I love the way the daisies colonise every available space.This is beside the Crinan Canal
This is the initial putting up of the £11.99 gazebo. Misty thinks it is for her. The good news is that it works.
Misty is happy that we are going on an expedition: a day out in the campervan to Tarbert. To visit the optician. Perhaps we will see the dolphins.
Best combination of weather yesterday: damp and wet here and sunny at Wimbledon. The grunting debate is a non-starter as far as I am concerned. I have never liked it, and sexist or not the women are definitely worse than … Continue reading
I rather like the idea that the summer solstice heralds the start of summer proper. It gets away from the feeling that we have reached the shortest night and that it is all downhill till Christmas. The summer is hidden … Continue reading
The mind is its own place, and in itself Can make a Heav’n of Hell, a Hell of Heav’n John Milton