Monday greetings to Sian and all the Mondayers.
Two new things to report this week. Yesterday, for the first time, I visited the gardens of The Old Mill at Ramsbury , opened to the public as part of the NGS. It's an amazing place and I'm not sure I actually saw all of it - it seemed to go on for miles and every time I turned a corner, there was another part of the garden to explore. I took lots of photos but I can only share these two with you today as most of them will be saved as possible scavenger hunt entries.
|the River Kennett runs through the gardens|
|one of the sculptures, near the house|
My other thing is something new that I learnt. I can't remember what prompted me to look into this, but I searched for the history of the ampersand and discovered that traditionally, when reciting the alphabet, it was common practice to add the '&' as the 27th letter. Here's a link to more information about it if you are interested.
Hope you all have a good week with lots of interesting things planned.