Oh, hello summer

Haven’t the last few days been glorious? Summer seems to have finally realised that it is in fact June and not January. It’s been beautifully warm and sunny.
We’ve been making the most of it and have ticked off not one, not two but THREE things off our bucket list since Thursday! So much fun! I’ll be posting about them in the next few days.
This week is my last proper week at work before my successor comes in to shadow me for two weeks. However, having spent so much time outside in the beautiful weather I’m pretty ready to be on holiday! It’s going to be so much fun!

On Friday after work Josh and I chucked our camping stove in the back of the car and went for a drive in the glorious evening light. We ended up in the mountains, climbed up a hill and cooked dinner on top. It was absolutely STUNNING. I always forget how quiet and relaxing it is out in the mountains.

The only downside of the evening was that the camera bag got knocked by someone (not naming names, JOSH) and it went bouncing down the mountain side.
On first inspection the camera seems okay, but the lenses might have been knocked around. Oh well, it’s not the end of the world!

Anyway, enough of a ramble from me. I’ll try and get my bucket list photos up when I have time!
Hope you all had a good weekend. What did you do?


  1. That photo of the grass has such beautiful light!

    I went to a birthday party on Saturday eve. It was nice, as I hadn't hung out in a pub in a while. Sunday, we barbecued with friends and their daughters at our house. That was nice until it started raining... :o)

    Have a great week!

  2. Oh!....I know the feeling when it comes to dropping cameras. But it looks like you still got some very pretty pictures!!

    Hope you have a great day!

  3. I like the grass one with a purple cast. So pretty. Looks like the camera is okay, since your photos turned out okay :)

    We went to a river town about 2 hours southeast of us and took in the sights. Nothing too fancy. Just played at a community park and stopped by a small-ish airport to watch some planes land and take off.