1 Today after a wonderful singing session, we went for a walk along Cliff Road to Gyllyndune Gardens where there were many treasures to be found. Daffodils, Primroses and a few blue hyacinths lined the paths and on the side of the quarry garden were perched some tiny little houses – very quaint and charming. For the first time I noticed a fountain made of copper shells and the Mesembryanthemum were just stunning in the sunshine.
2 The Osteospermum on the cliff side overlooking Gylly Beach were glowing in the sunshine.
3 The project that I started in the beautiful Mandarin cotton and silk mix was a disaster! I was attempting a pattern using the wrong yarn and yesterday, I pulled it all out, went to my favourite wool shop and bought a pattern to suit the yarn – a much better idea. Now, in due course Grandbaby B will be getting a pretty cardigan!
March 20, 2015 at 2:42 pm
The tiny houses, for me, simply powerful and magical. Looking at the image, am waiting for a little woman to jump out from behind a stone and quiz the giant intruder as to it’s intention.
Your flowery cliff. Well, I looked out my window and I all saw was brownish grey decay, melting ugly snow and patches of mud. I’ve seen the magic you can create from mandarin yarn, so could you possibly knit us a spring just like yours, flowers and all, for over here. We need something to tide us over to the real Spring arrives.
March 20, 2015 at 4:22 pm
We were entranced by them and did wonder how on earth they got there – it’s a sheer side to the quarry.
I would love to knit you a Spring but it would be winter again before it was finished. I’ll keep sending you Spring photos though! 🙂
March 20, 2015 at 10:21 am
oh, the beautiful walks ..thanks for sharing…they brighten my days!
March 20, 2015 at 4:24 pm
Delighted to be able to get out to walk again and to have you share them with me. 🙂