Here is a little tour of some of the back streets above the town in Brixham. It's really worth an explore as I came across some lovely cottages. I hope you will agree that this must be one of the most spectacularly decorated houses you've ever seen!
I love this brass bat door knocker
Pretty cottages and lovely house signs
A new and great little pub in Brixham
A beautifully decorated cottage window
Now I think I should get this one for my house
........but perhaps not this one!
Church Street, very pretty and hidden away
I wanted to have a little explore of all these alleyways and steps
At first glance I thought it said Shoveover Cottage....well why not!
Ah, now a look at my garden this morning.
This beautiful dove stopped for a rest and a bathe in the fresh soft rainwater.
A lovely but very large clematis and there is a bee inside the middle flower
Japanese Anemone looking great everywhere at the moment
I have no idea what this flower is but it's quite pretty
A new shrub for the garden with its bright berries, Pyracantha Orange Glow
I have had the most hectic two weeks, and had not even picked up my camera until today. Builders working on the downstairs cloakroom and utility-which meant the entire contents of this room ended up in the hallway for a week.
My dog has been seriously under the weather with a terrible double ear infection and only had the all clear on Tuesday. At last he is back to normal after about 3-4 weeks of treatment and vet visits, eye drops, ear drops, pain relief and antibiotics.
Poor hubby had man flu and was quite unwell for about a week, and then of course he shared it with me! With a mountain of washing (due to the washing machine sitting in the hallway) and paperwork to do, I have finally caught up today, hence my escape for a few hours before lunch.
I am so sorry that I have not had time to look at any of your lovely posts over the last week or two. I'm now sitting down with a cuppa and will take time to catch up on the posts I've missed.
Have a good weekend