George just keeping an eye on the proceedings.
Now it is facing the right way, just got to back up to the fence.
Narrowly scraping past my apple tree, not sure if I shall have apples there next year either now!
Ok then, just one go
Its better with two playing
To you, and duck for the rebound
Thats it, the whole team playing
I've been neglecting the blog again this week, just not enough hours in the day to do all I want. This is the Mill we were at on sunday, it is over at Barton-le-clay and the actual mill that is pictured here houses the antiques centre which looks like a treasure trove of goodies and I am planning a trip back there when I can go and have a look at leisure.
In the mill pond someone spotted a collection of these little critters, you can just see him or her to the right of the fallen leaves in the water, it was thought they were crayfish but I am no expert on pond life!
Our garden is looking fantastic at present, totally not due to any effort on my part! This is the Virginia Creeper which comes from next door!
The colours are just beautiful and they change throughout the day with the sunshine, or lack of it!
Off to bake and sew today and to swat up on my general knowledge ready for the annual village quiz on Saturday.
Take care all
Just a small selection of the platters, jewellery, panels and freestanding designs.
This is fabulous - a rainbow of glass
Shining stars in the sunshine. In the background you can just see an example of the glass tiles that Linda makes.
This picture was taken when we were up at Dunstable Downs (before the rains came!). The windows of the marquee showed off Linda's work beautifully.