Monthly Archives: October 2021
Thanks to all those who responded to yesterday’s Blip. Today I’m going back a bit further, with this Midland Red (BMMO, Birmingham and Midland Motor Omnibus) D9. D9 is the Midland Red type-name for these buses – they built their … Continue reading
The first of a trio of photographs of some buses. I always thought of these as Daimler Fleetlines when they were introduced, but apparently they became Leyland Fleetlines later. I chose this version of the model because it is carrying … Continue reading
We’ve been having some cold mornings (and the rest of the day) recently, and I’ve been putting temperature monitors at various places round the house to see just how cold it gets. So far I’ve managed to avoid turning the … Continue reading
The Michaelmas Daisy I planted last week is doing well, but the pansies have had a major setback. I looked out and saw a squirrel in one of the tubs, and when I went to chase it off I found … Continue reading
The begonias which were displaced from the pots and troughs were still flowering, so they have moved into flower beds until they finish.
The pots aren’t my design, but I did print them.
The begonias which have put on a superb show all summer in the garden have now been replaced by these pansies, which are looking very cheerful.
I’m not a great fan of pizzas, but I thought I would try this one – it should last me at least 2 days, and I’ll add some home-grown tomatoes and some lettuce to make it better.
These fuchsia are still looking wonderful, though some of the other types are finishing now.
Looking great today, but sadly there are now no insects to enjoy it.