Kent on Monday

So much to tell you!

On Monday I spent a very hot and sticky 4.5 hours in my car (no air-con) to stay with friends in Kent and was rewarded by arriving in the most idyllic garden full of roses climbing, rambling and tumbling in scented profusion

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The shapes within this one looks like a sculpture to me

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and lavender and catmint against a sunny wall

1klavwe went for a cooling walk by Bewl Water with the dogs

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scented with honeysuckle and elderflower (usually over by now).

We saw butterflies, moths and damselflies in abundance and then back home to boogie to The Beatles on the patio whilst a delicious supper was cooking: salmon with a dill, cucumber and creme fraiche with spinach and new potatoes

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followed by lemon pudding garnished with rose petals

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Whilst we listened to each others’ selections on iTunes: Eddie Cochrane, Stones, Kinks, Proclaimers.

You can tell we are women of a certain age can’t you!!!

And we laughed  –  a lot!!!

Wonderful relaxing time with good friends who have known each other forever – can’t beat it.

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About Wild Daffodil

hoarder of creative goodies that will someday come in useful, enabler and supporter of creativity, lifelong knitter, artist and fabulous Granny!
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