What afew weeks we have had with IT problems here. It all started in June when the broadband connection collapsed for week, then our PC was blown by a storm making it unsuable for a week, then the broadband dropped again for another week. What a performance. The trials and tribulations of contacting BT to get things fixed were up there beside climbing the north west face of the Eiger, or swimming the channel!
So here is a short, mainly photographic post from a couple of weeks ago.
John and myself took an unscheduled trip over the border into Scotland for a change where we visited Gordon Moss, near the Black Adder ( yes really).
Here we wandered for a good way seeing a good few butterflies in the process.
|Small Pearl bordered Fritillary|
|A big hoverfly - Volucella bombulans|
|Heath Spotted Orchid|
|Northern Brown Argus|