This is the second in a series of, "Sunday Straphangers." Sharing some photos of travels this week, Wales, South Wales, Great Britain.
The view from my uncle's second floor bedroom I was staying in. He was a gifted and industrious gardener. He grew vegetables and kept a chicken or two to supply eggs, although I did have a little surprise when I discovered our dinner was the hen who no longer was laying eggs!
In my uncle's big freezer he stored up some of his harvest as well as he donated some of the surplus or gave some just because. Every bit of garden was used, no wasted space for him. The yard on the right of the photo was the neighbor's yard, which my uncle lamented over since they did not use it to grow any vegetables or fruits and he would have loved to extend his crops to their yard!
I love the view of the hills and to the left, you could see the Bristol Channel shining in the sun (when it wasn't raining, lol.)
There was something relaxing about riding the bus over leafy lanes, and holding my breath while the driver managed to turn tight corners and not take a piece of a stone cottage with him.