Walking around Queen Pool at Blenheim Palace

Walking around Queen Pool at Blenheim Palace

We’re lucky to have a number of wonderful places to explore on our doorstep.  It often means that we don’t take as much advantage of them as we should.  Monkey and I needed to get out for some fresh air last weekend and I didn’t want to drive too far,… Continue reading »

Project 365 2017 Week 10

Project 365 2017 Week 10

Project 365 2017 Week 10 Day 64 – 70 the week the new carpet was fitted. Sunday 5th March  – Day 64 Our new living room carpet is being fitted on Tuesday, but as Daddy P is home on Sundays, we needed to get all the furniture moved and the carpet and underlay… Continue reading »

Project 366 2016 Week 37

Project 366 2016 Week 37

Project 366 2016 Week 37 Day 255-261.  It’s been an up and down sort of week here.  The reality of being back at school. Sunday 11th September – Day 255 We’d been invited to The Perch on the outskirts of Oxford city centre for lunch, and afterwards explored Port Meadow and the… Continue reading »

Project 366 2016 Week 34-36

Letter to a 7 year old

Project 366 2016 Week 34-36 Day 234 – 254.  A three-week round-up of our adventures at home, in Cornwall and the first week back at school. Sunday 21st August – Day 234 Today has been concentrating on my BIL.  Looking like he’ll need another operation on fluid around his lung.  I totally… Continue reading »

Horse in Bronze – Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 280816

Horse in Bronze - Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 280816

When we were at Blenheim Palace earlier in the week, we went for a walk behind the palace for a change and came across this stunning sculpture.  Isn’t this horse in bronze just beautiful?  I particularly liked his head. I’m away at the moment, so not formally linking up with… Continue reading »

Project 366 2016 Week 32

Project 366 2016 Week 32

Project 366 2016 Week 32 Day 220-226. Sunday 7th August – Day 220 We spent the day at Countryfile Live which was being held not far from us at Blenheim Palace.  We arrived before the main gates opened, and left as they closed.  We had so much fun as you can… Continue reading »