Sunday, 13 December 2009

A day of rest at Barlaston


Caxton moored at Barlaston
We were greeted this morning by a very hard frost and a crystal blue sky again - lovely.  By the time I had emerged from bed and boat the sun had cleared the ice and it was time to walk the dogs.  I left himself doing some computer housekeeping and headed off through Barlaston village to the Down, a tract of wooded land now owned by the NT.  A couple of hours rambling about up there was just the ticket and by the time I arrived back at Caxton the boaty chores had also been completed and I could reach for a book and just chill.


This naked beech tree just looked fantastic in the bright sunshine.

2 comments:

非凡 said...

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Nb Caxton said...

Thank you. I will try to oblige.
Lesley