On opening the bedroom curtains today, what greeted us was a total pleasure, if it wasn`t for the fact that we are worried about getting to Gatwick tomorrow!!
A blanket of snow lay over the garden and the snowflakes
were still swirling down.
It was just magic snuggling back down, not having to worry about driving anywhere and enjoying the view.
We decided it would be great to see the garden in a snowy setting.
We crunched through the fresh snow, enjoying the views to Camber and beyond, where interestingly Paula noticed, there was no evidence of snowfall.
As we passed through the farmyard, we spotted the workmax
And the tiny fairy house, half buried.
The garden was transformed.
We poked in the tin tub of shells to find the thick ice.
A robin flew out of the cob shed.
I expect he is looking for a nest site, but I hope he doesn`t start yet.
They told me I looked like an eskimo.
Walking back towards the barn....
....we spotted Tim, utilizing his shepherding skills.
We watched the Kerry Hill lambs, which was most entertaining.
So, despite the bitterly cold weather, it is possible to believe spring is just around the corner!!? (I think)
We trudged back in weak sunshine which became stronger as the afternoon progressed.
And now we are off to even stronger sunshine for a week.