We went for a walk in Rewell Woods yesterday - early evening. The heather was out and the air was full of the smell of bracken - which takes me back to my childhood picnics in the Derbyshire Dales.
Julia of Arabia arrived on Monday, in time for a sandwich lunch. And Jackie came over to join us for dinner - which I kept simple - a Cook's lasagne, salad, cheese and tiramisu (Lidl). We had a lovely evening and laughed a lot. And we caught up on the current news from ExpatWorld.
We walked along the River Arun in the afternoon - the Bramley Apple Walk. Julia left yesterday just before lunch. No apples as yet, but lots of blackberries.
I am taking Audrey out on the doors this morning. We have a few Not at Homes we can try to find At Home, and perhaps make a start on our September magazine deliveries.
Its the last day of Summer. And likely to be a cloudy and overcast day. I only hope that the Captain will be able to get out and about on butterfly business. Otherwise you may read about Hurricane Butterfly hitting the South Coast of England.