Recent Covid restrictions mean that New Year Celebrations at midnight are likely to be tamer than usual. Farewell, then, to 2021, a year full of vaccinations but, compared to 2020, it was easier to add a wider variety of news to those Christmas letters to friends and relatives. 2022 is on the horizon. Enjoy yourContinue reading “So That Was 2021!”
The Cedar of Lebanon is now considered a vulnerable tree, usually found in Eastern Mediterranean countries. It was introduced to Britain around 400-years ago, usually found as parkland trees like this one in Shropshire. The trees have many spiritual associations and can also symbolise, for some communities, both strength and resilience. It doesn’t flower untilContinue reading “One to Tree”
This is not a missing piece of equipment from an Edgar Allan Poe story but something useful for a crown green bowls club:
Clever design of a mallard:-
When creating your snowman this winter, think very carefully about the height of the features on your snowman’s head in comparison to the height of your dog.
This is the day for a good old walk to a viewpoint like this one of the River Dwyryd, flowing through the lower part of the Ffestiniog Valley and past Portmeirion (oops, the tide’s out in this picture). (Fingers crossed for good weather)
The Vardre Deganwy Bowling Club Christmas Line Dance in their own style BEST WISHES FROM EVERYONE AT THE VARDRE DEGANWY BOWLING CLUB
The quartet practice quietly and informally (above) before their performance (below) ….
Whilst John C and Dave H go busking around the tables doing Frankie Howerd impressions for spare change (“Oooo… err Missus”), John G explains his policy on handouts for just plain rubbish, as echoed by Doreen. Keep up to date here