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January 18, 2013

witch-hazel

It was supposed to snow here today – well it did a little. There was a dusting on the roof tops this morning, but there was also quite a lot of sleet. The sky looked murderous. I trogged off to the train station to be told that my proposed journey to Axminster might take me longer than I thought – considerably longer because of the snow they’d had, so I decided not to go.

I was feeling rather petulant – I don’t mind being obliged to change plans because of snow, but I think it’s beyond the pale if the snow’s not where I am.

It’s a little beyond comprehension that this witch hazel can look so glorious and sunny on a day like today,

or that the tree’s still stuck on the weir – visible beyond the rosehips.rosehips-and-tree

 

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