The Intruder

As dark the dark nights close in, we are faced with different challenges. Read about how my nerves were tested with a recent encounter.

Walking up in Autumn : 3. By the Sea

Photo by Debbie Walker My attention today was drawn to our local Sea front, where I often walk (in my attempt to burn some calories to help shift the excess weight that I (currently) carry). Not only is this exercise for weight control, it is also for the fresh sea air which can blow away... Continue Reading →

Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2020

I had so many plans for progressing the garden, this year. I recall thinking about some of my plans, on New Years Eve, as I thought happily about the year ahead. Ten days later, my beautiful mum died! I lost all sense of time. My world changed. Initially, I was in such shock that my... Continue Reading →

Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2015

With the hedgerow now well established; formed predominantly of hawthorn, blackthorn, hazel, hornbeam and wild rose, we saw increased varieties of wildlife coming to the garden. In the gallery, below, you will see that a beautiful barn owl became a regular visitor to our garden. This would be a transformative year in the garden, for... Continue Reading →

Our Suffolk Cottage Garden: 2014

This was a year in which we started considerable planting. The year had started with another period of snow. The dogs had now reached an age where they were very feisty and challenging; 'the terrible twos'. This meant they were full of energy and play and that they would delight in digging up the garden.... Continue Reading →

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