Early March '21 UK Pics Part One

Many of you report that you love the snapshots from Sue's UK trips, so here is another round from early March!  End of February was sunnier than that first week of March - typical spring teases that we all get as the seasons change, no? But there wasn't a lot of rain, so that was good - the heavy duty mud walking boots didn't require much use.

Some evening walks were sooooo quiet! That first week there were the sunny days and it seemed like a lot more people were out, even at night. The first picture below is along Cheapside Road, heading into the village center from our neighborhood, daffodils in the streetlight along Cheesemans Lane, and a budding tree in another streetlight a few houses away from ours.

This next set of pics is along our four mile loop from Waltham to Brigsley and back. I think we set out late on a Sunday afternoon this time. It was fun to see the new hedgerow plantings that happened over the winter along this route, snowdrops and the back side of the medieval Church of St. Helen - also that blue church door and the miniature daffodils!

We're so happy to announce that as of May 1, Mike will officially be back in Montana full time; there will be one more trip across the pond for this chapter of Yarn Bar history. I've spent a good hour working on this post, so the other photos to share will come later! 'Til soon . . . Sue

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  • Love love the pics you share! That blue door is lovely!

    Julie Rowen on
  • I’ve enjoyed your UK photos and impressions of your interludes of life “over the pond.” Thanks for sharing memories that will last you a lifetime – kind of bittersweet but the best.

    Norma Scheidecker on

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