Old Fleece

Yes, I’m back at last. We have had a wonderful time touring through France to Spain and back and had some glorious weather most of the time. It didn’t begin to feel autumnal until we were at least half-way back through France. By the time we got back to the coast to make our ferry crossing torrential rain and gale force winds in the Channel caused all ferry sailings to be cancelled. We managed to book on the next one, half a day later, but it wasn’t the best of crossings. We also encountered bad weather for the first part of the journey home on the English side. This soon dried up, but we were then bedevilled with roadworks, road closures and deviations (including a lengthy detour from the M6 round Wolverhampton) as we drove north, finally arriving home in the small hours of the morning last Wednesday. Since then I have been catching up with various necessary jobs, cleaning the motorhome ready for winter lay-up, doing piles of washing and making an attempt at tidying the neglected garden. There is more to be done but it’s a start.

I sweep fallen leaves
wearing an old fleece jacket.
Damp autumnal chill.
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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Jules
    Nov 07, 2022 @ 20:41:41

    You’d think it was summer here the last week – even with some rain temps were in the high 70F – 20C.

    Glad you are home safe and sound!

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  2. elaine patricia
    Nov 08, 2022 @ 18:27:24

    Lovely warmth in an old fleece jacket that has swept leaves so many times before

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    • Libby
      Nov 11, 2022 @ 15:15:55

      Oh yes, I’ve had this one for years – it’s my ‘go-to’ for gardening, dark navy so doesn’t show the dirt. I think it’s due for a wash!

      Reply

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