The next photo shows where I was sitting when I made last week's photo of the fireplace in the old house. Bill and his wife, June, own the house, parts of which may be 400 years old, and their grandson, Charlie, was visiting.
I love the hanging baskets on the outside of their home.
I have a fascination with the milk bottles deliveries, so here are two more photos, including the truck that was stopped on the street in front of where my stepmother lives.
Dogs are popular in town, with their own "parking" places outside the shops.
Popular, too, with tourists and towns people is the ATM machine, in an ancient wall belonging these days to the bank.
As for gardens, they are everywhere!! The first photo I call "winter sunshine." The birches on the right are featured in the second photo, taken in a different season, early in the morning.
|asters, in Peggy's garden|
|oilseed rape blossoms, used for making cooking oils, huge fields of them in the spring|
I was in a top floor bedroom, hanging out the window, for these two early morning photos.
This third town photo was made a few hours later, as the day warms up.
|outside the green grocer|
|overnight in the coffee house|
|Mary, outside her deli shop, catching some rays|
|I love these old steps and the whole look of this passageway.|