Hello. Last week we were on an outing that took us on a zig zag trip across the Midlands. Most of the leaves are gone now, but thought I would share these pictures anyway. These pictures were taken from a moving car, but you get the idea, and some are a reminder of the homeland for family across the world.
Driving by the power station.
A historic manor house being refurbished.
View from the parking lot and the front drive below.
Back on the road, just your typical castle ruins. (Said with a slight sense of humor/sarcasm as I am still amazed by the everyday sights.)
Rolling hills in the distance.
Just your ordinary patchwork fields.
A former textile mill along the river.
Top of a dry stone wall.
Meanwhile back at home the house husband “Mr. H” has been busy peeling apples which are then frozen, given away or made into apple sauce except one little pie got made this year (and that was with a pre made pie crust.)
In his spare time he has been cleaning and re-laying the bricks in the front drive. You can see the bricks taken out across the circle.
(And there you have it, not a red or blue state in sight, but still following with interest.)