It's great to be back blogging again. I'd like to thank all of you who've left comments, they really mean alot to me. I decided to condense the last four months into one post. Mind you it has taken me quite a while on and off downloading all the photo's and my words are limited. I think pictures speak for themselves.
I've been following everyone and leaving comments when I can. As most people know life can be challenging at times with illness, work and upset, but life has to go on and we must make the best of it.
I find comfort in the outdoors and the landscape around us. I love all the seasons, each one has something good to share with us.
It's a rather mixed post, but I hope you all enjoy it. I'll be posting again soon about our recent break to Cornwall and Devon (Falmouth and Dartmoor).
Faeries in the Our Garden at Night
We had a wonderful evening in our garden. The air was so still, with a faint scent of Autumn. Even the faeries were up to mischief. We do so enjoy their visits.
I couldn't write a post without including the Boyzie and of course the Girlie.
A Beautiful place called Combe Sydenham Country park in Exmoor
Last month Victoria and I took ourselves off for a weekend away (A very welcomed break, as life has been a rather hectic lately). We spent three days travelling around Somerset and Exmoor. Staying at Glastonbury as our base, one of my favourite places on Earth.
A wonderful little fishing port. Along with it selection of good shops, it also has a Steam Railway.
Wimbleball Lake in Exmoor
A popular lake for sailing etc. Great for familes and a fantastic picnic area.
I just loved the willow fisherman.
Our Beloved Glastonbury
The Holy Thorn at Glastonbury
It's a great look-out point, you can see for miles around. The Holy Thorn is located on Wearyall Hill
Day out at Longleat Safari Park
Well I do hope you enjoyed my post.I'm glad to be back posting again. I do hope you all had a good weekend.
Blessings and peace to you all
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