|January - Covent Garden|
We went to loads of cool places this year, too many to mention so thought I would just include the ones where we stayed for at least one night. So in alphabetical order - Cardiff, Clun, Cornbury Festival, Edinburgh, Mickleton, Sydney, Whitby, Whitstable, and Wynyard. The gorgeous Bertie Boo is a very well travelled puppy dog having been on five of these breaks with us.
|February - Gargoyle Tring|
|March - Australia House London|
Apart from the three beautiful furbies that we share our lives with, over the last year we have been blessed by meeting (within the blog) 72 of God's creatures including: dogs, goats, sheep, alpacas, cats, cows, squirrels, birds, rabbits, devils, pademelons, wombats, koalas, butterflies, a donkey, a bison, and one tiny mouse.
My three animal highlights were getting to pat a young Tasmanian devil, seeing the cows let out at the Hare Krishna temple, and finding a small park in London dedicated to a stray cat that the locals had known and loved.
|April - Letting the cows out|
I guess I have a little bit of a reputation for visiting places that not everyone would consider the best place to spend a few hours. Thankfully I have a very understanding husband who indulges my love of cemeteries - there is so much history hidden amongst the graves. This year we have enjoyed and shared with you 15 delightful graveyards.
|May - Nunhead Cemetery|
There is a famous saying about London by Samuel Johnson - “when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. I happen to agree - there is so much to see, do, and enjoy. What we really enjoy is going off the regular tourist routes and seeing the unusual bits of the city.
|June - Selfie in the London cable car|
We attended three very different festivals this year - the Clun Green Man Festival, Cornbury Music Festival, and Peace in the Park at the Global Retreat Centre. All three were fantastic in very different ways - we welcomed the coming of spring with the Green Man, we stayed in a wooden tent whilst enjoying great music at Cornbury, and we meditated in the sunshine at Peace in the Park.
|July - Festival Ken|
|August - Suspended Coffee Edinburgh|
|September - Cakes on the South Bank|
|October - Harefield Dogs Trust|
|November - Me and friend in Cardiff|
|December - Christmas shopping at Westfield|
Until next time, be good, stay safe, and take a moment at the start of this new year to remember all the things you have to be grateful for.
Pamela and Ken