16 May 2017

We love living in Devon

....but don't pretend that the weather is always...




sometimes it is overcast, but great for walks....




and other times the view seems to disappear!



~ actually happens during May and June for a day,
we can live with that ~




12 comments:

  1. What a pea-souper in the last photo! Otherwise it's really beautiful and I love the photo of William the sea dog :)

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    1. Yes, it really is as though someone has put a great big blanket up to block the view, lol.

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  2. Only for a day or two? Seems a reasonable price to pay to live in such a lovely place! (Your tide change always amazes me!)

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    1. Yeah we can cope ;). The height of our tides here is quite dramatic. We know when there's a very low tide, that means a very High tide to follow (or is it the other way round, not sure) lol.

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  3. Looks like a lovely place in spite of the fog!

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  4. Where is that old boat?

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    1. It's over at Crow Point, you know, out of Braunton on the toll road to the end. We like to take a walk there every so often. The winds and weather last Winter took a battering on it and sand dunes in parts have totally disappeared. Next time we venture over, I'll take more pictures.

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    2. I really need to visit North Devon again soon, I miss it! I'll be in Scotland in July 2018 with our local men's choir, but that's a long way from Devon!

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    3. That sounds like an exciting trip with the choir, but yes I agree, it is probably a tad too far to pop down for a visit.

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  5. The last photo makes me feel at home, Ann.

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    1. I guess we are in that kind of atmosphere to get this. On the one hand, it is like the world has stopped for a while, and then it clears and is a total relief to see it all again. lol

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