You do have the most wonderful view! It's been too hot to do anything outside for the last few days (apart from water the greenhouse morning and evening). I realised today that I haven't been seeing any birds until after 9pm. Poor little things!
We've had a pleasant 17 or 18 degrees Linda - hot enough for me, and the birds..
25 degrees here (Wednesday afternoon). Much better than yesterday's 28/30!
Best place to be this weather on a hammock admiring your handiwork and that view or of course, in my case, on the Waverley admiring the view!!
Have you been on it Viv? Hurrah! Let me know if you are on the Loch Long trip and I will give you a wave.
Sounds like contentment, laying in that hammock. Am looking forward to seeing the sweet peas climbing the trellis.
Contentment is the word, but you may have to wait a while for the sweet peas which are still only 12 inches high.
The red gate and its pop of colour warms up the view every time.
Warms my heart too.
The third picture especially. I might have to requisition your hammock!
That one was from in the hammock (£12.50 from Amazon - you could have it before the end of the heatwave if you order it now Lotta!)
18 degrees would suit me just fine. We have another day of thirty, and again tomorrow. Unusual hot for this time of year. I am mostly inside and have Kondo'd rings, necklaces and stuff like that for the better part of the afternoon. I found it unexpectedly hard and sometimes even emotional.
Can I make a reservation for your hammock? If it is okay with you I will dream myself into it for an hour this evening celebrating Summer Solstice. Happy solstice to you too.
Those things come under sentimental for sure Cath. You would not like to have been in the hammock this evening - we have had thunderstorms and very heavy rain! Happy solstice. x
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