SOLD

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Much of the day was spent moving furniture and belongings to facilitate access to radiators for tomorrow’s visit by the heating engineers.

Late this afternoon the three of us went for a drive in the forest. We were offered turbulent cloudscapes as a skein of geese skimmed across the sky, and cattle grazed on the moors. Jesus beams burst through billowing clouds.

SOLD sign

A SOLD sign has been erected in front of Elizabeth’s prospective new house in Pilley.

This evening Jackie drove us to the Walhampton Arms where we met Nicki, Andrew, and Paul N and enjoyed their very good company with the splendid carvery meal. we all ate gammon and turkey with Yorkshire pudding and the usual plentiful vegetables. Raspberry frangipani and  ice cream followed. I drank Razor Back.  Cheesecakes and other drinks were consumed by the others.

 

57 thoughts on “SOLD

  1. Congrats to Elizabeth! 🙂
    I love that you said “Jesus beams”! I always call clouds like that “Jesus is coming clouds”! 🙂 Amazing photos, Derrick! Love the sun playing hide-n-seek with the clouds! 🙂
    Your meal sounds yummy! 🙂
    HUGS to all!!! 🙂

  2. Sometimes I wonder
    If clouds cover up sunrises on purpose,
    Jealous of the way they shine,
    Or if they just long to be part of the masterpiece….

    My love to all of you!!!!

  3. The one thing that hasn’t changed since time immemorial is man’s wish for Heaven to reach down to us through the clouds. I can’t capture that with my camera, so I love seeing yours.

  4. Congratulations to Elizabeth. House hunting is a bear. I’m glad she found something so fast. And I hope the heating work goes well–it will be time for heat soon. Lovely clouds and water…

  5. Love those photo’s of the clouds, the geese took a bit of spotting, even with the pictures enlarged. I don’t know why but I have never seen or been able to get gammon bacon here in Australia, Always the .best bacon, when we could get it with our ration books.
    I suppose that the gammon you are referring to, was a roasted hind leg of pork variety and very tasty indeed. Fond of a bit of pork meself, I did a roast loin for our dinner last night, lot left over, I might turn into some small pork pies, just for me.

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