An Annual Event

CLICK ON GROUPED IMAGES TO ACCESS ENLARGED GALLERIES This morning I printed a batch of sample photographs from which Raj at Lal Quilla can make a selection for his wall. These have all featured on previous posts. At lunchtime Jackie drove us over to Shelly and Ron’s home in Walkford for the annual wreath-laying onContinue reading “An Annual Event”

Around The Harbour

This morning Jackie drove us to Lymington Quay where, after a short wait watching the harbour, we boarded Puffin Billy for a thirty minute tour. Approaching midday in sultry weather, most visitors were taking a rest on the many available seats. One of these watchers was prevailed upon to walk her little boy around the quay toContinue reading “Around The Harbour”

Not Much Happening In Lymington

We managed to mess up our clock today. It was losing a minute or two a day so we decided to adjust it. After we had done so we had great difficulty in getting the pendulum back in. When we did, the clock stopped. We calmed down. Eventually. And this afternoon took it back to MartinContinue reading “Not Much Happening In Lymington”

Lymington Quay

On a wet, mild, morning, I inserted the penultimate section into the garden album, and printed the final batch of photographs. This afternoon Jackie drove us to Lymington quay and back. She left me to find Dials Antique Clocks, recommended yesterday by Highcliff Watchmakers, while she went in search of Peacocks and baby clothes. WeContinue reading “Lymington Quay”

Lal Quilla

This morning Jackie drove us to Lymington Hospital where she had her knee x-rayed. We were very impressed with this well-laid out building, making it easy to find the walk-in service, and the efficiency of that provision when we arrived. Afterwards we parked behind the High Street and walked down to the quay, where JackieContinue reading “Lal Quilla”

The Litter Nest

My first walk today was through the woodland. After a while, I diverged from the footpath, and, although I kept it vaguely to my left, found it difficult to regain until I noticed a rope with strips of coloured cloth lying on the ground and leading off in the right direction. I had seen theContinue reading “The Litter Nest”