Whilst we've been moored on the meadow at Medmenham we've not been lazy ... George has washed and polished Still Rockin', I've been sorting out winter clothes, shoes etc. and catching up on the blog.
The weather has continued to be very cold with temperatures most mornings around 0°c as it was on Saturday (27th October) at 8 o'clock
We've also been searching the internet for travel insurance, not always easy when you get to 'a certain age' and are intending to have an extended foreign holiday. Not sorted yet, but need it to be very soon.
Yesterday (30th) we took the bus into Marlow and found this ...
so of course we had to go inside for a look-see
The garden was created by Kenneth Balfour in memory of his mother.
I have tried to find out on the internet how this amazing sundial works ... without success.
The red brick house to which the garden probably belonged can be seen in the background
We walked round the streets to the front of the house ... Marlow Place, a grade I listed building built in 1721 and used by the then Prince of Wales temporarily at that time
This lovely building as you can see has now been converted to offices and is 'To Let'.
We'll be on our way again tomorrow ... guess where to ...