Wednesday, 26 June 2013

Logs, Flowers, CDs and Helicopters

Last night's sunset was mildly promising for today's weather.
Out with Bella this morning, under overcast skies saw the effect of leaving CDs out in all weathers - the tracks skip a bit!. 
These elderflowers are doing well…
… as are these not-nettles 
Went off to the place that used to be Dick Willow's - there have been some changes made! 
It is now called Broadlands Cider Farm (I think it is tied in with the community orchard) - has lots of wacky carvings still.
This is at the entrance - certainly eye-catching!
This afternoon, I got out the chainsaw and sawed up some logs. It might be nearly July but the house hasn't properly warmed up yet, so we still need to have a stove going at times! Sawing logs got me warm, especially as the sun came out while I was doing it! Took Bella out for her afternoon stroll and admired these lovely foxgloves in a neighbour's garden.
 Came across these dandelion-like globes.
 Looking over Solsbury Hill with the sun on it.
One of the frequent helicopters that are overflying Bath at the moment - don't know why.
 Some wild gladioli in a neighbour's (wildlife?) garden.
A neighbour's roses. 
This day a year ago, we went to Brean beach where I snapped this seaweed-covered post.
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story):

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