Today Ed began putting up a new structure in the garden. The structure will form a place to sit in the evening, to catch the last of the sunshine.
The patio was already there, previously serving as the base for a shed to store hay and feed for the goats. A perfect west facing spot for a bench, maybe, but alas the trees above drop debris and the birds generously drop droppings.
Weather permitting progress will continue tomorrow. As you can imagine the view today is all about this exciting project. Slightly different to my chosen view for this season, I hope you will understand my variation.
Cathy Is hosting the Tuesday view meme. Take a look and even better join in, remembering to link back to Cathys lovely blog.
Here is a path through the bluebells.
These were photographed in Ashridge Hertfordshire on a happy day in 2013.
Searching through my photos for an image for Sandra’s meme is a timely reminder to visit again this year.
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