We are in London at the moment: On a St Valentine's Day/Week holiday. The weather hasn't been too bad and the flooding in surrounding areas has subsided somewhat. All is dry in London.
We lunched with AGA's niece the other day and tomorrow we breakfast with a cousin of mine. For the rest it is just us two, enjoying life.
The other day we happened across a parade inspection of the guards of the Household Cavalry:
(They are in their winter uniform).
And we visited the Museum of Gardening at Lambeth:
The museum is set up in the old St Mary-at-Lambeth church, on the right of the gatehouse of Lambeth Palace.
In the gardens at the rear of the church, we saw the tomb of Vice Admiral William Bligh; he of the Mutiny on the Bounty fame, as well being a one time Governor of New South Wales:
The famous plant hunters, John Tradescant Senior and Junior are also buried here.
And we also came across this cheery Lambeth robin, busy in nest-building mode:
That's all for the moment as I am writing this 'on the hoof' so to speak.
I hope you enjoyed this post, coming to you from the heart of Hammersmith!