Sunday, 10 June 2012

Chagford





Yesterday, we went to the lovely town of Chagford to take part in a textile fair.

The day was quiet and the fair was not too well attended.

However, it was nice to catch up with a few friends and make one or two new ones.

At 3pm, we packed up and took a stroll around the town.






That done, we made our way to a friend's house as we had been invited for

afternoon tea and cake.

I managed to snap a few pics of the garden, which was stunning.

Here's a small part of it:





I especially loved the living Willow seat and I could have sat there for ages

 just watching the nature in the nearby ponds.

A lovely way to end the day.

;-)





6 comments:

Linda Gilbert said...

Anything else happen, did you meet anybody with a historical influence. A blast from the past maybe!

galant said...

What a fabulous garden!
Margaret P

WinnibriggsHouse said...

WOW!! Both the town and the garden, but especially the latter. Absolutely stunning.

Anonymous said...

Chagford is such a lovely little town...I love Webbers and Bowdens!
A shame that the fair was a bit quiet...sign of the times I think?
That garden is stunning!
Love Amanda (Shabby Chick) xxx

delia hornbook said...

Beautiful photo's your friends garden looks wonderful. Sorry your fair was quiet it seems to be happening a lot for people all over. dee xx

Jacqui Wise said...

Have travelled through Chagford a few times. Lovely photos of your friends garden. What a nice way to end the day.