We had a grey and very wet Sunday here last weekend. In spite of that I decided to go and check out what’s happening in ‘my’ little park some 10 minutes walk or so from where I live. Feeling a certain obligation towards my readers who showed an interest in a previous post (follow the park-link).
First of all: Nice surprise to find some colour still left!
Yellow leaves, blue flowers, and red rose hips.
No new trees have been planted to replace those which recently disappeared … but the plot thickens:
Seems to me they’re planning a pavilion of some sort here!
It may be presumptuous of me, but I shall dare a guess:
In this park there is also a croquet lawn. But no club house.
Only an ugly blue container which I’ve not really connected with the croquet until this summer, when on one occasion I saw players putting away some such equipment in it.
So… I’m hoping for the croquet society* (as well as for photographers!) that perhaps there is to be some sort of improvement in that area.
*I tried looking up their website… But all I learned from that is that they seem to be only 7 members! Which is probably one reason why I rarely see much action on that lawn.
Good luck to them; and, whilst I’m on the topic: Good luck to my blogging and croquet-playing friend GB (A Hebridean in New Zealand), who is just about to fly off to another croquet season over there. May the sun shine or your lawns, and may there be plenty of pavilions to provide proper protection when you need it!
More P’s at ABC Wednesday!