|Our land is on the flight path for quite a few flights. Ian|
follows them on a flight tracker to see where they are
|Grandma Lolly at our daughter's wedding|
|Grandma Lolly in her younger days|
|It has been sunny here for the last two days and Sofie has|
been lapping up the sun in the sunniest spots in the
|Hard to believe that this morning it was -18C outside but|
the temperatures in the greenhouse have been going up
during the day. Could Spring be on its way so soon?
|Green in the UK when we left and definitely still white here|
|Our two little grandchildren choosing their evening meal|
(Photo courtesy of our son)
|The remnants of the ice from the greenhouse broken up|
and showered on the path by Ian's hard work and then
|We visited my mother and father too. This is a view from|
their window - they had a bit of snow as well (Photo
courtesy of our son)
|Deep tractor tracks to deliver hay to the animals|
|Grandad Ronnie and Grandma Lolly on their|
|Berry bushes just poking through the snow|
|Grandad time (Photo courtesy of our son)|
|Looks like Aggie is communing with the chicken. Wonder|
what they are saying?
|Thar's snow on them thar hills. Actually there was snow in|
the garden too
|Diamond encrusted trees|
|Our little grandson|
|Animal tracks and chicken tracks|
|More crazy patterns on the greenhouse|
|One of Ian's family holidays, this one to Ostend, with his |
father, mother, godfather and his godfather's wife.
His father isn't in this picture - long story.
|This is Ian's father in his later years|
|Snowdrop in meditative mood and sat next to her daughter.|
They don't often sit next to each other these days.
|Playing nicely at my parent's house|
So there is the ramble through the last two weeks and now we are kind of back to normal, with me finishing off some work for the blessed paper I have been writing for years (well it feels like that) and some work for my online job and Ian back out on the land, shifting snow, poo and hay.