St Michael de Rupe at Brentor looking splendid this afternoon as we meandered home from a day in Exeter. The church is open all year round with services from Easter to Michaelmas. Wonderful view from the top and you can see it as a landmark for miles around.
Ridiculously beautiful, just stop it. If you turn the sound up you can hear a man shutting the door, the Tamar whispering in the distance and catch a fox barking... have a listen. And I think that’s Venus shining over yonder.
Walking back home past Twin Trees this afternoon there was a well-camouflaged Magnus waiting for us. You can just glimpse the barn owl box behind the chimney, there’s at least one of them asleep in there at the moment. What a beautiful blue-sky weekend we’ve had down west.
Last window of the day, sunset from the kitchen. The brackets holding up the verandah came from an old Great Western Railway signal box Bookhound was passing on the day it was being demolished & rescued them. Honestly the stuff men lug home with them...