We spent the morning packing up clothes and other items we won’t use again and storing them for charity shops or recycling outlets. One of Richard’s next projects is the entrance lobby. I also emptied a cupboard which is to be removed from there.
After lunch I posted https://derrickjknight.com/2021/11/07/a-knights-tale-60-i-come-a-cropper/
Later this afternoon we visited Mudeford for
Suddenly the air was rent by the screeching of squabbling seagulls, prompted
by a gentleman flinging food for them.
When satisfied, they soared towards the lowering sun or paddled at low tide.
Another photographer focused on the sunset, missing inland scenes.
Rows of masts stood out against the darkening skies while the rippling seas attempted to drive the light inland.
This evening we dined on Jackie’s spicy chicken jalfrezi and savoury rice, with onion bahji’s and a plain paratha, with which she drank Hoegaarden and I finished the zinfandel.