mushrooms in the village
leaving with a full tummy
gail’s bakery – dulwich village
it was a bit nippy out this morning, as ronnie would say, but the sun was shining so everything was alright. we scooted over to the east end after breakfast, to have a cuppa char with nanny minnie. on our way home we decided that actually it would be rather lovely to have a little walk around the park before lunch rather than after, well just incase that beautiful sun decided to disappear from our skies. we quickly popped home to grab our cameras and off we set.
after lunch on sunday, we went for a walk in the woods. nothing too strenuous, just a little meander through the woody loveliness. we certainly weren’t going to lose ronnie.
stop start stop start stop start. that was pretty much the weather all day long today, and then finally the drizzling nonsense stopped late afternoon, so being slightly cabin crazy (and hangover) we dashed out of the door as quick as quick can be. we headed straight up to the woods on sydenham hill for a spot of fresh air and adventure. the perfect excuse to try out that new camera of mine! yippeeee.
our garden isn’t very big, it’s not even big, it’s actually very small. but we live in london so that’s pretty much the norm. however we are very lucky to live in apart of london where we are surrounded in green lushness pretty much everywhere we look. so when our garden proves to be too small for what we want or need to do, we look to our extended garden.