This summer is going to be the best for several years, I’ve decided and that’s final! After all my time teaching riding and the summer when I worked seven days a week at Lois’s stables when he was hurt and then the last two at the Burg with all that associated stress, I’m going to be more at home. As well as having weekends, I’ll have the Bank holidays. This means I will finally have the time to work on my garden, instead of filling it with flowers and then neglecting it. I’ll have time to harvest my veggies and fruit and make jam. I might even have a go at some wine making if I can find the gear. I’m putting a second picture in, wonder if that’s allowed?
This also means I’ll have time to go walking in the mountains with Dave and friends. The Bergs are completely addictive, although I cuss and swear as I trudge up and have to take deep breaths, this year I’m fitter (but not thinner) and I cant wait to be up there in that clear air, beautiful views and the silence that wraps them. Of course it’ll also mean Kaisershmarrnn testing at the huts –there’s always one somewhere on a route. And the camera will be with me, as I disappear for a shot, leaving Dave exasperated or talking to himself. We just need the last of the snow to melt – which this year means some places will be inaccessible until July, never mind, I’ve got all summer!