A day spent with my cousin Linda

Thursday 10th April 2014

Well, almost all day. Jez had a physio appointment just before lunch, so while I took her to that Linda had a wander round Wimborne Minster and did a bit of shopping. In the afternoon Linda, Jez, Max ad I all went for a walk along the River Stour at Cowgrove. Here’s Linda, with Jez, on one of the seats along there.

Linda and Jez

It had been lovely and sunny all morning, so it was a shame it went in for our walk. At least it wasn’t wet though, although it was very muddy underfoot. When we got back to where I had parked we walked up onto Eye Bridge to take some photos looking up and down the river. This first shot is taken looking west (up stream).

River Stour from Eye Bridge

And as I post it I realise there is a big splodge almost in the middle of it. I’m guessing Max’s tail had flicked water on the lens earlier and I hadn’t noticed. Sorry. And this shot is looking east (down stream).

River Stour from Eye Bridge

En route home we called in at the farm shop at Pamphill.

In the evening we had an Indian meal I had cooked last week and then frozen (well, apart from the Naan and a small vegetable curry which I bought). Here are Linda and Chris about to tuck in.

Linda and Chris about to tuck into our Indian dinner

I’m not entirely sure why Chris has got that stupid expression on his face! After that we watched The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug. All in all it was a very pleasant day.

A year ago today

Max and I were walking along a different part of the River Stour, at Canford Magna.

River Stour at Canford School

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