wharncliffe viaduct, brent valley. iphone 4s + vsco cam
+ this weekend felt like the perfect combination of seeing people, exercise and lazing about + dinner friday night with joe, jeanine and friends to celebrate joe’s birthday + a deliciously long lie-in on saturday morning + pimms in st james’ park with paul & hannah on saturday afternoon + sas & ash over for bbq dinner at our place + home-made elderflower pressé + a long, relaxed cycle around some of the grand union canal & london’s capital ring sunday morning/afternoon + not watching where i was going, having my front wheel hit a bump, falling off into a stretch of freshly cut nettles & thorns + a pint of cider and a late lunch at the black lion + cycle tan (and some sunburn) + hanging the hammocks in the back yard and parking ourselves in them for the remainder of the afternoon, complete with nz sauvignon blanc and a good book + pizza for supper
[weekending with amanda] – how was yours?
6 thoughts on “the weekend that was”
Ours was great thanks, editing photos, playing games, collecting firewood and having a fire on Saturday. Sunday was skating with the kids from Rylan’s school :-D
hammocks! quintessential summer accessory and gateway to some serious daydreaming.
thanks. we bought them years ago and take them almost everywhere. perfect for stringing up wherever an opportunity presents itself.
Going cycling in that heat on Sunday sounded painful enough as it was without the nettles and thorns. OW! You kiwi’s are made of sturner stuff than me ;)
Haha, character building ;)
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