Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Fifteen Degrees

Hello

Thanks for dropping by.

Can you believe it, despite being the middle of November, it was 15°C today.  Although there was no chance of catching a glimpse of the supermoon as it swung past just 221,524 miles away on Monday, the closest it's been since 1948, as it was just too cloudy, today the sun popped out at the P by the S and it was positively balmy.

The pretty leaves are still clinging on even though there are piles on the ground as well.





The gardeners were busy with a truck load of primulas, getting them in position for the Spring.


All those flower beds down there were in for the primula treatment.





Over in the wildlife pond, the bullrushes were still standing triumphant. We used to have a plastic one of these when I was little! Just the one.




All the displays had been taken down inside so I am looking forward to seeing what's next on the cards.

Cheerio

6 comments:

  1. I was disappointed at not getting a view of the supermoon. Clouds definitely stopped play.

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    1. It's always the way isn't it! The next day was lovely.

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  2. It has been very warm, n Monday I raked leaves in the garden without a coat or body warmer on:)

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    1. We're getting a right mixture at the moment. Fortunately Storm Angus passed us by. :-)

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  3. Gorgeous photos. Love the bulrushes. Something we don't see over here. B x

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    1. I must get to this pond in the Spring and see what's going on. Have fun Barbara x

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