Sunshine made the promised appearance last weekend.
I started the weekend with a bowl of porridge in the garden. It was lovely and peaceful, just being surrounded with birdsong.
You remember that Miss Clicky passed her driving test? She's been hunting for a car and found one in the next county down, Wiltshire. Our journey took us past Cotswold Airport which had some commercial and RAF planes waiting to be broken up and scrapped. Cotswold Airport is used because it had a long enough runway for a Jumbo Jet to land. In years gone by The Red Arrows were stationed here.
You come around a corner and you are confronted by the bizarre sight of two Jumbos, with various parts missing. It's kinda sad to see them like this being stripped, but I suppose everything gets reused one way or another.
Anyhow, a little later, we arrived back home with Miss Clicky's new car. She loves it very much and is getting used to driving it.
The rest of the weekend I pottered around the garden, pulled a few weeds ~ but if I'm honest not very many, and took the camera out. Aquilegia, double
The alliums are stunning.
May Blossom on the hawthorn which hangs over our wall.
Clematis Montana. Ubiquitous, but lovely all the same.
Two final things, a yummy plate of fresh local asparagus
I'll see you next week, I'm popping over to our house in France, with our friends for a long weekend. As alway there is work to be done, but I'm sure it'll be fun all the same. I'm not driving, so lots of stripey sock knitting!
See you soon.........Clicky Needles