The house is built on the orchard land of the Norwood Grove estate and White House just up the hill. We have two ancient apple trees in the back garden, one eating and one bramley. There are also numerous cherry and plum trees lining the nearby streets that are shedding their fruits on the pavement.
The recent departure of summer has left me feeling lethargic and despite baking and cooking I haven’t baked any new recipes that I can share with you. Between the drizzly weather and the impeding house move I seem to have temporarily lost my blogging mojo. Fingers crossed it will return soon before the upheaval of packing and moving really kicks in!
2 thoughts on “Apples in the garden”
It will….happens to me all the time…good luck with the move. Jenny and I became experts having moved 17 times in our married life. Amazingly we’ve spent 15 years here in the same place…must be right:)
Thanks Roger. I hate feeling like this 😦 Hopefully being reunited with all of my props soon will help! Not at all envious of your many moves