On our way to Elizabeth’s home for a family gathering we stopped at the the now virtually dry Pilley lake.
The two opposite views I have been tracking through the year demonstrate that the bed is now virtually dry. The second contains
two transverse views demonstrate the expanse of this;
no animals today sought shelter in the dappled woodland on the far side.
We spent the afternoon and early evening at my sister’s with other sister Jacqueline, brother Joseph and his wife Angela, and sister-in-law Frances, reminiscing about life, death, and shared history. A distribution of Mum’s labelled presents also took place. There were a few that we had not yet already received. I will feature them tomorrow.
Elizabeth, Jacqueline, and Angela had produced a fine spread of salad, sandwiches, and cake, which we enjoyed with a little rosé wine, beer, tea and coffee.