We’re back after a day in Angers and two days in Honfleur, a change being as good as a rest.
When we got home in the small hours of the morning, I picked my way up the lanes of Ruralville with around two inches of snow on the ground, heavy snow falling, my wife asleep in the passenger seat and two kittens in the carrier in the back – a combination of things that tends to make you drive with care.
This morning, I had to travel up to Nearbyton in order to visit the local council. The snow was hanging on the trees and looked absolutely stunning. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera with me and now a combination of warmer temperatures and strong wind has rather spoiled the effect – but it was good whilst it lasted.
Busy busy this week, so expect quiet.

3 Replies to “Home”

  1. I just love Honfleur. We used to take the boat I used to race on over there after Cowes Week every year for a bit of R&R (for the boat, not us!) and I have great photos taken from 65ft up a mast in the harbour which I wish I had made into a decent panorama.

Comments are closed.