We’re Back

We’re home again, having arrived to find two mild disasters: the Rayburn was spluttering its last, and some toerag has flytipped a bunch of tyres in the river at the ford (just to add insult to injury, they were dumped there the night after the village litter pick). The Rayburn will probably stay off now as it’s not worth getting it serviced given we would have been turning it off at the end of May anyway which means no more warm clothes in the morning, among other things. I keep catching myself leaning against it, hoping for some warmth and comfort. As for the tyres, the council won’t do anything because they’re on private land. Perhaps we should have set up that webcam after all…

But I’m not going to worry about any of those things right now. I promised you holiday snaps, dammit, and holiday snaps you shall have. Whether you want them or not, frankly

river pool water_seaweed beach_sheep beachcombing rock_pool tree_roots


2 Responses to We’re Back

  1. Charles says:

    Fly tipping should be taken a great deal more seriously than it is. It is a total menace and lets you know exactly the value some people place on the country side.

  2. disgruntled says:

    I know, it’s just so revolting.

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