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You really did strike some very nice weather.
Yes you are right
Hi GosiaThanks for letting viewers know that that field was a lavenderfield - I looked and gulped - shock / horror. I thoughtit was "Paterson's Curse".Here is the link:https://en.wikipedia.orghttp://visitsingleton.com//wiki/Echium_plantagineum_in_AustraliaNot a favourite with the rural community here, I can assure you.You certainly as Andrew has mentioned were blessed with wonderful weather on this trip to the UK. You obviously were a "good girl" and the Gods were highly pleased - ha ha.My one and only trip to London was rain, heavier rain and torrential rain - I was NOT AMUSED!CheersColin
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Echium_plantagineum_in_AustraliaSorry Gosia - that link above is muddled with a link to the Hunter Valley Vineyards where I was for that wedding.CheersColin
Colin definitely I love your comments. I always have good weather in England. Thanks for the link I look at it carefully at the weekend.
Be pretty the lavender when travelling, seeing it. Good blue sky too.
Margaret lavender fields are not popular in Poland
Looks like a gorgeous time of year to travel! I love the scent of lavender; it is so soothing and relaxing. Beautiful to see a field of it!
Bethany it was the best period of the year the longest sunny days