Before lunch I sent an e-mail scan of the resubmitted probate form to the relevant Government Department; afterwards I posted the form and a covering letter in snail mail.
From Everton Post Office we took a forest drive.
The landscape with horses in rugs alongside Barrows Lane was nicely lit by the late afternoon sun.
The corrugated iron building is in that same lane; the farmhouse and wonky outbuilding in Mead End Road.
Jesus beams burst from lowering clouds onto the tree lines along Burley Road.
A group of donkeys outside Brockenhurst, chomping on thorny shrubs near where Jack parked the Modus gradually transferred from one side of the entrance drive to the other to try their luck from our vehicle, especially as I had disembarked to photograph them and
the ponies on the other side of the road.
Soon it was time to head back to the pharmacy at Milford on Sea to collect medication then take in
the beginnings of golden sunset tinting the foamy waves, the spray rising from the rocks, and the sturdy wooden breakwaters.
Then on to Barton on Sea as the sun was sinking and walkers watched this phenomenon or turned away from it.
This evening we dined on lefties from Saturday’s Chinese Take Away, with which Jackie drank Hoegaarden and I drank more of Hardy’s Crest.