Driving as much as I do I know that lapses of concentration can be dangerous have massive consequences. So, as I passed the junction for the A34 on the M4 in the fast lane at (Coughs) 70mph I remembered I actually wanted to go home via Hungerford and the old A4 so that was fine.
Last nights’ little episode has been logged and filed and will fade into a story / lesson. The sun had finally made an appearance and all was good with the Friday afternoon world. And as I dropped into Hungerford I remembered the yard that greets you as you hit the roundabout and turn right for the A4 and sure enough, it’s still there.
A tentative step into The Barn saw me seeking permission to take some pictures from a young lady with a huge smile, she explained that the guy I need to speak with is across the yard and directs me across to the old rail carriage that is the office, to speak to the owner…
“May I?” I ask of the Owner, “Of Course.” He replies…
And I spend the next half an hour practicing portrait shots on statues and finding a “Grim Corner” that puts mine to shame! (The drunk mouse did it for me!)
Thank you, Mr Nettleton, I will be recommending you to anyone I know who would like to add that little (or massive) feature to their garden.
And there’s even beauty in the tiny…
And last but most definitely not least, our favourite (whole family agrees).
Thanks again to Travers Nettleton at Garden Art, You can visit their website by clicking the following link:
Their address is:
Barrs Yard, Bath Road, Hungerford, Berkshire, RG17 0HE
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