Monday, May 20

why I lurve the countryside



 
why I love the countryside. . .
 
just sat down at my desk and heard a noise
looked outside to see a shepherds hut trundling along the road!

(don't suppose the loooooong line of cars behind feel the same lurve!)

17 comments:

Hesta Nesta said...

I would love a shepherds hut but we would have to get it craned into the garden!! I know of one locally that is rotting in a field...absolute sacrilege.
Jo xx

Vintage Jane said...

How lovely! I sit at my office desk this morning and can see a car park full of cars :( Wishing I was at home. See you soon ... are you at the Frome Rag? M x

Vintage Sheet Addict said...

I'd love that too....I'm lucky because although I live in a town I look out onto lots of trees! Great new header! :) x

Delia Ryder said...

Lovely view no wonder your smiling today :-) I have just taken my Midi for a walk up to one of our many parks were we watched the squirrels and ducks and listened to the birds simple things are the best :-) Enjoy your day, dee x

Jee said...

I've got a toy tractor just like that one! Wouldn't it be lovely to have a shepherd's hut - no chance in our hilly garden.

Sue said...

I love the view from your window, and I LOVE your new header too, gorgeous.

Andi's English Attic said...

That's lovely. We are on the rat-run for the emergency services so guess what I hear most during the day.

Hesta Nesta - waste no more time! Ask if you can relieve the owner of his rotting shepherd's hut. Bet you'd get it for £5 or less. Take it apart and rebuild it in your garden. Easy!

lettice leaf said...

I kick myself everytime I see or hear talk of shepherds huts. Why, cos years ago, in another life as a dairy famer's wife, at an agricultural sale, I nearly bought one for £17. Husband said no!

LLX

Jo May said...

The English countryside is the place to be in spring and summer. You have a lovely view from your desk. Dorset and Wiltshire, where I live are magical. I love the yellow fields and bluebell woods that are around at the moment.
Ah, I wish I had a shepherds hut which I could convert into a quirky art studio! ;-)

Rachy said...

Ha, I don't suppose they do.

A great post x

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

Oh the beautiful english countryside! So different from the norwegian, but both part of me. Could never be happy in the city. Wish you a lovely week :-), Pam xx

nilly said...

Mr N wouldn't know whether to drool (shepherds hut)or growl (queue of cars)- so it'd be a grool, I suppose.

Rose H (UK) said...

You're not keeping quiet that it was for you are you ? ;o)
I LOVE those dear huts, if I had the room (and the money) I'd certainly have one :o)
Love to Bruce!
Rose H
xx

Sherri B. said...

Don't know what a shepherds hut is but it looks very quaint!..Your yard looks lovely. xo

OhSoVintage said...

How lovely. Wonder where it was going.
Ruth x

BadPenny said...

driving home from Southampton yesterday we had to slow down & to pass horses & foals, cattle & calves donkeys & baby donkeys... I love the countryside too !

Linda Metcalf said...

I love the view from your desk!!!

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