I have been looking back at some photos taken of the caravan garden
This was taken in March - my first trip back after my Op!
On this occasion we went to the local tip - the workers there rescue garden items to pretty up their border - it's always fun to see what they find
I love to see lambs like this springing around!
By July I could hardly see the field!
In October we had a garden tidy again…mostly over the Summer we just pull out weeds and use the green bin on site, this time we went to the tip again.There is stuffed goose there!!
I couldn't get a good shot here as this truck was parked up.
One of the guys there told me that the food for the rescued bird feeder is also free - I suppose folk feed the birds while they are on holiday and throw away what they don't use. A lot of the caravan sites close down in October - we are so pleased that ours is open all year!
Here we are in November and I can see a little more of the field - hopefully the Farmer will continue to train sheepdogs over the Winter and I can have a front row seat again!
We are lucky that Eddie our warden has cut the hedges and trimmed the Buddlea - pity he isn't allowed to cross the road and chop down those straggly branches
The other day I made a pumpkin and roasted almond soup - it was delicious but realise that this just won't do for my visit to Elizabeth's for T Stands for Tuesday….
…...so I will take you back to Cambridge where we went back to Carluccio's for something to keep our tummies from growling when we went to the Evensong at Kings College. The cakes were delicious as was the Latte I had and hubby's Cappuccino.
We are having a few days at home now but I will miss seeing my garden and sunsets like this which we saw as it was getting dark at the weekend….
...and this one from back in April
Looking forward to visiting and seeing what you have been drinking this week!
Thanks for looking, Chris