Monday, 22 February 2021

Could this be Spring?

Sunshine and above freezing.

The DP on the Dawn Patrol.


 Roe Deer.


Big and little boat.


Nursery beach walk.

Not sure whether this is working or not.



Oystercatchers.  

Struggling with my temperature control.  Hopefully see you tomorrow.  But dont hold your breath.


18 comments:

wherethejourneytakesme2 said...

It is feeling very spring like - dare we hope it is around the corner.

L said...

I hope you feel better soon, 👍❤️

Tigger said...

Oh no - temperature messes with sleep and messed up sleep messes with everything. Get rested. Nice deer by the way.

thelma said...

Don't hold your breath either Jill! Lovely set of photos.

Sue in Suffolk said...

I'm glad you had sunshine up there, it rained here!
Good to see all the little people out for a walk in the fresh air.
Hope you feel better today

Tom Stephenson said...

Wait for it.... (to be said in a Sergeant Major's voice).

Ellen D. said...

Don't hold your breath! Hope you feel better today. Take care!

Ruth said...

That little video DOES work! Took two clicks, but enjoyed the sound of the gulls and the waves, even the blowing wind in the mic. Thank you!

Bovey Belle said...

Yes, the little video worked. Thought I heard an Oystercatcher?

Chris said...

Definitely looking more like Spring! Wonderful shot of the deer. Where were they spotted?

L said...

I hope it is spring,,, take care,

janipi said...

Love the nursery beach walk. Good fresh air so good for the little ones. Have a good rest when you need to.

L said...

I’m worried about you, just checking in, take care,

Rachel Phillips said...

I love the red boat and blue sea. Hope you are ok. Xxx

Cathy said...

Hello Jill
Haven’t heard from you for a few days.....hope all is well
Take care
Cathy

L said...

Just checking in, hoping you’re ok,, take care, ❤️

Sue B said...

Heartfelt condolences to you all.
Having had the privilege of meeting Jill I shall remember her fondly as a feisty and funny lady.

Nethergreen said...

So sorry to hear. Many condolences to you all. Frances