Four miles from Napton is the town of Southam. We spent an enjoyable afternoon there last week, looking in the usual mix of charity shops, and just having a wander.
The crocuses were out in front of the church which, sadly, was locked.
There was a fine path ...
... and the mosquitos were doing their sun dance.
This clump of snowdrops was right by the church.
Elsewhere in the town I saw some scrap timber being dumped in the front garden of a house undergoing renovation. I asked if I could have it - help yourself was the reply. So Ally and Ben got a season's supply of kindling when I'd removed the nails, sawn it and chopped it up.
Wasn't me that went a swimming. - Initial turnout for the Pie and Pea was better than anticipated considering how much snow had fallen. But we had a couple of turnarounders (is that a word?...
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