Sunday, June 26, 2022


Surprisingly, I slept in again this morning! When I did wake up I got moving and went for a walk. It was supposed to be cooler but quite muggy so I felt all sticky walking. Luckily, there were not too many mosquitos out. There were some pesky (bitey) flies, but I managed to outwalk them lol. It was a nice walk. I did end up walking part of the way with one of the bird guys who go out to see the birds. He's a lovely man, always willing to share what he's seen and where he's seen it. That's not always the way. Some of the birder people can be quite funny about sharing their birding finds! 

A phone photo from this morning's walk. The reflection in one of the ponds was beautiful before the wind picked up.

I stopped on the way home to pick up a couple of things. I should have everything I need for meals throughout the week except for some vegetables that I plan on stopping at the farm shop for on Tuesday. I don't want to use everything in the freezer, but I also want to make sure that I don't end up wasting food. It's too expensive!

This afternoon I'm sorting through a few items to put up on Ebay and sorting through a few postcards. There are some I want to keep and the rest I would like to sell. Jane really had some beautiful ones. While looking through some I was really pleased to see these two of Plymouth Hoe Lighthouse and St Anthony's Lighthouse in Falmouth. They are two that Mum and I saw a couple of years ago! How very interesting to see them in Jane's collection.

These certainly made me smile today! 


I think these are two that I shall keep. I will find up the photos I took of them and maybe compare. 


  1. It's so fun to see old postcards! You could mount them with the newer photos of the lighthouses!

  2. That's a beautiful photo - the reflection is wonderful. xx

  3. Old postcards are amazing. Are you thinking of framing them? I love your pics. The reflection is beautiful, and the picture as a whole is so elegant. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Wow that's great that you found those. Birders can get their feathers ruffled...ahahah


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