This morning we began filling the new wardrobe, which meant bagging up for disposal many clothes we will never wear again.
Afterwards I posted https://derrickjknight.com/2021/11/06/a-knights-tale-59-about-the-children/
This afternoon we took a drive into the forest. Our first stops were at Pilley, where
the lake is beginning to recede once more, and
rippling water lines the edges with autumn leaves.
The crocheted letter collection box on Pilley Hill now prepares for Remembrance Day.
I called in at the Community Shop to find out who was the creator of these adornments changing with the seasons. Unfortunately the man on duty didn’t know, but advised me to call in during the week.
I settled for photographing cattle, calves, and walkers on the other side of the street.
Although one patch of blue sky separated clouds along the road to Hatchet Pond, louring billows, pierced by Jesus beams hung over the water, where pair of swans and their cygnets set a paddling of ducks into flight.
This evening we dined on oven fish and chips, peas, pickled onions, and chilli cornichons, with which we finished the Jurancon white wine.