Greetings! Tuesday saw me whizzing off in the direction of Bath to visit Dyrnham Park with a friend. It's a Baroque country house and deer park run by the National Trust. The roof is currently being renovated and so there was a lot of scaffolding in evidence. It did mean, however, that (acrophobia permitting) you could don a reflective jacket, take a wobbly lift and do a tour of the renovations. It was mostly enclosed with tarpaulins, so wasn't in fact too vertiginous.
We were rather fond of this griffin:
.... and Mercury:
The view from the unenclosed bit:
Then it was off to the deer park to watch the amazingly tame deer:
Other happies this week are non-photo ones - E did herself proud with her AS results and also managed to pass her driving theory test this weekend. Despite all that, I've been feeling a bit blue for the last few days, so there is a sad lack of other photos I'm afraid. Hope to be back to normal next week.
Toodle pip for now. x