Thursday 15 October 2020


This morning I managed some of my pulmonary physio exercises.  I am supposed to do them every other day x 3.  Sadly not done for some time.  So a good step forward .

The Garden United Nations lot landed.  Scottish, Polish and Lithuanian and boy do they crack on.

 The new raised bed for herbs at the edge of the patio they created some weeks back.  This is outside the kitchen door and so handier to where it was for the chef.  Also a bit of shelter from the wind should one sit out there.

Start of the pond.  They had a digger machine for this.  The stones are from the field.  What the farmer removed before ploughing.  The DP went and asked the farmer if we could have them and he said Yes.  All this was done in about 3 - 4 hours.  Back tomorrow.

While they were here we escaped to the Prom.

A fishing boat returning to the harbour.

This is an old renovated life boat. The Douglas Currie.

Small fishing boat.

Surf School.

Overload on Oystercatchers.

My paintings finally on display.

On show now until the 25th.


The Weaver of Grass said...

Hope you keep showing us pictures of your garden as it progresses - it all looks so interesting.

busybusybeejay said...

It must be wonderful living so close to the sea.The garden project looks promising and lots to plan for.Always good.

The Furry Gnome said...

Like your paintings!

Jules said...

It's great to see the garden taking shape, and your paintings finally on display :)

Sue in Suffolk said...

Hope you are able to sell your paintings.
Have you ever painted any of the boats you see going in and out?

kjsutcliffe said...

Keep sharing garden progress photos - it is lovely to see how things develop :) Your art looks good in that window x

hart said...

The paintings and your new pond look wonderful/

Debby said...

I have always wanted to live near the sea. Thank you for your lovely photographs. We have just had a small pond put in at our retirement property too. Next spring, I will landscape it.