I arrived at one of my favourite places, Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire, UK. It’s a lovely place to walk around trees, especially the silver birch. Seeing the mill in action with a flowing river. The beautiful thing about this place I love the most is its flower collections, winter with its snowdrops, spring/summer roses and autumn with its dahlias. They come in all different shapes and sizes, and there is a wall of dahlias in one area. Also, they use the dahlia heads from nurseries to make a line of dahlias, decorate statues, make arches, hanging them and a dahlia circle. It’s worth going if you are a fan of dahlias click on the link below to see why!
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It was going to be a special evening, but my relationship fell apart however for me it wasn’t meant to be. So I decided to go alone. It cleared my head and travel around the site. But then after getting my pulled pork roll and hot drink I felt alone, knowing if it carried on I would have a lot more fun. So I carried on missing out a light and shadow performance. What caught my eye throughout the trail was how they used milk bottles and turned them into decoration
In august I have been on two trail quests. In bury st Edmunds a wolf trail and in Norwich a dragon trail.
The wolf trail there is 26 wolf sculptures around the town created by various artists.
The dragon trail is bigger there at least 82 large dragons size of an average human and 120ish small dragons places around the city and even as far as an airport. However the dragon trail is in aid of a charity called break a children’s charity based in the east Anglia (small description of charity) if you get the chance to go on a special trails which are similar to these, admire the art work of what the artists has put in to.
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Walking around Anglesey abbey, a certain flower has overtaken the area and has been used to create artwork. The dahlia and there are all different kinds of them. Some are used to make the autumn baubles or use to wrap around a tree. Follow the trail to see what is waiting at the other end. Chilling along the river floating away as the world goes by.
Click on link below to see the beautiful colourful flowers
Hidden around Bury St Edmunds are wolves. Searching high on rooftop and low as the pavement big as adults or small as printing blocks I manage to find 24 out 26 wolves. Almost a perfect hunt if I had an extra hour. The art work is incredible and I place my favourites on my Instagram account https://instagram.com/adrianbrothwell/ click on link below for all my pictures but if you count one wolf short. It’s because one of them was a motion pictures.
I would to say thank you for waiting patiently for the get post. I have been busy with a lot of things.
Firstly, I had a tablet review and on the agreement from the doctors and me we have agreed to cut my medication from 20mg to 10mg
Secondly, I have been busy with a stall preparation and have been fully focus on it.
Thirdly, I have links to new accounts and pages that have been started up so feel free to look but sorry if they are bare however I try to update them after the stall.