In 2007, when Mum and I were in London, we visited Kensington Palace. In the gardens, they were creating a memorial to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Lady Diana’s death. Visitors were invited to create a gold leave flower to contribute to the memorial. As you will see from my hair, it was quite windy and a bit of a challenge because gold leaf is very flimsy, but we managed to apply it and place our flowers.
On the road to nowhere in the great Australian outback
Today our weather became decidedly autumnal so it was nice to use this challenge as an excuse to look through some photos from my trip to the UK with Mum a few years ago. One of the things I most wanted to see in the Cotswolds was Morris Dancers and I had arranged to be at The Duke of Cumberland’s Head for this display. Even the pub name brings a smile to my face when I think of it.