Sunny sunny sunshine

Popped up Cairnsmore of Fleet on saturday being as it was one beautiful day. Lovely walk, I’ve lived here almost eight years (only came for twelve months don’t forget) and been meaning to do that climb ever since I arrived. Well we finally did it, spectacular views from the top over the Galloway hills to the north.

Today we walked out over the back from the house down to Auchlane and around the way via Rhonehouse, not that that will mean much to most of you but the cows along the way are very friendly and interested.

I did do some work too this weekend, this is just to prove it, in fact I got an awful lot done this morning, very pleased with myself.

We met this caterpillar on the way back too I was grateful as I lay in the middle of the road watching it that we live in a pretty quiet place. If we didn’t there would be one flat caterpillar and one flat Hannah

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7 Responses to Sunny sunny sunshine

  1. potterboy says:

    That’s one noisy caterpillar – especially its exclamation at the end… never heard a caterpillar do that before.

  2. ang says:

    yu do get around H must be some lovely countryside and excellent attentive cows too..

  3. Ron says:

    yes I agree w. Andrew, very loud. He must have had some marching boots on all those feet.

  4. Peter says:

    I say, I say…, Why did the caterpillar cross the road?(It might be fun for some of your readers to think of a suitable punch line!)P.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Brown Cow: Have you considered a Web site, a blog?Black Cow: I have but some poor cow would only milk it for all it’s worth!!

  6. jimgottuso says:

    the countryside there is dreamy… reminds me of v. morrison’s “will you meet me in the country, in the summertime in england, will you meet me?”

  7. Anonymous says:

    Why did the caterpillar cross the road – because (stand by) he hadn’t been to specsavers

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