Here, there and nowhere

A new lawn lounger is Victoria whose blog Southbourne Gardens is mostly about her allotment which is less than a couple of miles away.  Considering how far away some friends here are it’s nice to have a near neighbour.

Gaia Method made this comment yesterday and following her link I found that her blog is all about her life on the west bank of Luxor, Egypt.  It’s well worth having a look, and I was surprised to read that onions planted there in November were lifted a few weeks ago.

Over on Sofa flying earlier in the week I showed  This door to nowhere, which according to Deyank’s comment will lead to Zork (!). On Facebook Debbie said that it actually goes to Narnia, which I like as I’ve always wanted to meet Aslan!

I’m sitting here after lunch doing this whilst looking out the window at the familiar sight of grey skies and wet pavements. However it looks like the next few days are going to be mostly sunny and warm.

Have a good weekend!

About Flighty

...allotmenteer, armchair gardener, blogger and sofa flying book buff.
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12 Responses to Here, there and nowhere

  1. Mo says:

    The sun keeps trying to peek through here and, whilst grey and dreary, it is surprisingly warm outdoors.
    Thank you for the new Blogs to peruse 🙂
    Have a good weekend yourself!


  2. elaine says:

    The weather can’t quite make its mind up today – it is definitely a bit warmer though – thanks for the new blog suggestions – will pop over and take a look. Hope you have a nice weekend.


  3. Jo says:

    We’ve had some rain today, though it’s stopped again now. The wind seems to be picking up now. I shall pop over and take a look at the blogs you mention.


  4. alison says:

    i am reading the last book of narnia right now! yes, would love to meet aslan too 🙂 xx


  5. nikkipolani says:

    Narnia would be lovely to see indeed! Have you peeked behind the door?


  6. Ellie says:

    How nice to come across a near neighbour. I am impressed with Victoria’s allotment plot – very neat. Fingers crossed for warm and dry weather – but it hasn’t appeared here yet! x


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