Sunday, 3 June 2018

Restful Sunday

Very very low tide on the North Sea -
 the ferry to Halllig Hooge had to leave 90 minutes early (at 6.30am) to catch enough water.  

I'm only today getting to check in on some of the May Scavenger Photo hunt blogs and some lovely images there are.

We've been on the road for just over a week and I mean literally on the road - so sick of Autobahns - 6 1/2  hours to do 300 kms and 9 hours to do what should normally take 5 hours!   Still, the gigs have been good and we've seen some unusual sights.  I'll try to post a few more photos in the coming days now that I have a decent signal.

For now we're finished with this run and will take the ferry back to England on Tuesday night before a last folk club gig at Uppermill on Saddleworth Moor on Wednesday night and then on over to Dublin the next day.

I hope the sun is continuing to shine on you - have a lovely week.


8 comments:

  1. Really pleased you managed to squeeze into your very busy schedule and quick visit to the photo hunt!
    The sun continues to shine beautifully at the moment - looking forward to seeing your photos x

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    1. It haunts me all month if I don't Kate :)

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  2. Thanks for this catch up post, nice to know you are nearly home & have seen some lovely sights. Take care.

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    1. Thanks Susan - made it back in one piece

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  3. I do hope you can get a rest soon! How exciting to have a German tour (I presume from the word "Autobahn!"?!!! That is a lovely relaxing photo!

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    1. We got a few days off at the end of the tour, so we're quite well rested for our last gig in England - lovely to come back to some sunshine.

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  4. Hi Fil - enjoy getting home today - actually being home today. Sounds like a good tour - yet exhausting ... cheers Hilary

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    1. thanks Hilary - yes it was exhausting ... sitting in the car in all the gorgeous weather we've been having and roadworks on every motorway ... not fun. But the gigs make up for it.

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