On Sunday I decided to join in with Janey and Louisa’s
#photoanhour challenge. I think those two had made it a whole weekend of photo’s every hour…but I only managed the one day. Here’s how my Sunday panned out.
8am. Having quite a relaxing morning , though I am up and about. Sundays have to start with a strong black coffee I always think. I am enjoying this nostalgic detective story, set in the long hot summer of 1976.
9am. Outside is looking promising weather wise. This is the view from my bedroom window. You can just about see Pendle Hill in the distance.
10am. We are in the car on the way to pick up our dog Hugo from the kennels. He has had a practise weekend away to see how he gets on. We are beyond excited to pick him up. It has felt really strange without his bouncy/snoozy presence in the house.
11am. Having picked up Hugo, we find a nearby canal side walk at Salterforth. I love looking at all the names on the barges.
12pm. Heres Hugo on the towpath. As you can probably tell he had a very quick dip in the Leeds & Liverpool.
1pm. Its Lunch time and were at Hinderlini’s in Gisburn. This is a Lancashire Cheese and chutney sandwich with Aspen fries. The fries are smothered in pepper, garlic, truffle oil and parmesan cheese. Yes they were yummy. 🙂
2pm. Back home and these two beasties are fire worshippers.
3pm. Headed off to meet some friends down the local.
4pm. As you can see its a very dog-friendly local. 🙂
6pm. Not sure where 5pm went but here are two books I’ve borrowed from The New Inn.
7pm. A bit of telly watching. Countryfile.
8Pm. Wil has cooked tea. 🙂
9pm. One snoozy hound.
How was your Sunday?
25 thoughts on “A Photo an Hour Sunday Jan 29th.”
Looks like you had a great time. I had just got that book.can’t wait to start it. X
I’m enjoying it so far. Very intriguing and nostalgic.X
Looks like you had a lovely day, the weather was beautiful for you, I love those deep blue winter skies. The chips look amazing, the idea of chips with Parmesan and truffle oil is making my mouth water. X
It was a marvellous Winter’s day. Those fries were amazingly good! X
Wow, the canal walk looks stunning. Aww, Hugo is so cute… look at those big eyes!
I hadn’t heard of this challenge before, but I love the idea of a photo an hour challenge! And your photos are gorgeous. It looks like you had a fab day! x
Thanks! You should try it too. 🙂
It was. I need to do more canal walks me thinks! Hugo is a complete cutie I have to admit. 🙂
How did Hugo get on in the kennels? And what stunning blue skies you had on Sunday! It rained pretty relentlessly here!
He was fine and we are confident we can now go away without him. Though it will be hard. I’m a bit of a baby when it comes to leaving Hugo. We were really lucky with the weather Sunday. Today is pretty rank out there.x
Looks like a pretty good Sunday! Hope Hugo got along ok at the kennels!
Yes he did. Thanks Louise. X 🙂
Looks like a lovely Sunday. Bless Hugo asleep in that last pic 🙂
He sleeps more than the average dog I’m sure. We actually bought a clever dog dog camera to check what he gets up to when we are out at work. He sleeps and sleeps and er sleeps. Its a relief he doesn’t pine for us. Just changes position in his basket occasionally! X
That’s great, apparently a lot more dogs get stressed than we think when their owners are out. But clearly not Hugo 🙂
Sounds like a good Sunday 😊
Yay it was actually a really good day. The weather helped….and having Hugo back.:)
It was cloudy in Liverpool. Looked like you had lovely weather 😊
That lunch looked delicious! 😊
It was very tasty. 🙂
I enjoyed The Trouble with Goas & Sheep. It has very good message.
Still reading it. Hopefully finish this week.
I really enjoyed your post what a great challenge- the canal looks beautiful my only complaint is that I can’t pinch one of your chips!!
They were scrumptious! X