Sunday snaps

Snowdrop the sheep poses for the camera.
The pet sheep in the field belonging to our landlords are extremely tame and the ram even plays football!

This little lamb was born a couple of days ago. Check out his 90’s style fluffy rave boots! 

I bought this beautiful old case for just £2 at the car boot this morning. It’s an under-seat stowage case from British European Airways. Watch out for an upcycle project post in the near future!

Bramble ‘helped’ with the vegetable planting. 
Who remembers doing this at school? Watching runner bean seeds sprout is exciting.
After a good month saving we treated ourselves to brunch at the local farm shop. Bacon, pancakes and honey for me and mushrooms and poached egg on toast for D…mmm.
I found plants growing in this glass bottle on our afternoon walk in the hazy sunshine.
This spectacular train tunnel entrance is hidden within a woodland. We had read about it on the internet and set out to find it on our walk. It was constructed during 1845–1849 and cost £2,150,313 and the lives of 24 men. 

PS. How did you spend your Sunday?

By Jenni Tulip

I'm a bright-haired, hill walking, magpie whispering, skull collecting, tree hugging, money saving, bird watching, happy campervanning, ferret fanatic, woodland dweller sharing my stories and passion for the outdoors to inspire you to immerse yourself in nature.

  • Some lovely photos, Jenni. I love the sheep and the very cute lamb! The railway tunnel is very interesting and gothic, but it's sad to hear about the lives lost constructing it.