Technology update and a new blog for 2015

Cold easterly wind today, but not the violent winds which blew in from the Atlantic recently, courtesy of the Jetstream.  As I write, the sun is trying to break through, but it is on its way to sinking in the west.

A male spider has climbed the wall in front of me, seeking a partner.

Frogspawn appeared in the ditch near our cottage exactly as it has year after year, on March 10th.

The Equinox will occur on the 20th March, but an amazing lining up of the earth, moon and sun will also take place and we may see the eclipse from our cottage.

The garden is now maturing after 6 years working hard to transform it from a muddy field used by sheep.  It is a joy to watch, season by season, as the variety of trees, shrubs, plants develop and spread themselves.

This short piece is for me to acquaint myself with the process of using a HUDL and a cheap keyboard to get my blog going again.


View from the cottage door

About borderslynn

Retired, living in the Scottish Borders after living most of my life in cities in England. I can now indulge my interest in all aspects of living close to nature in a wild landscape. I live on what was once the Iapetus Ocean which took millions of years to travel from the Southern Hemisphere to here in the Northern Hemisphere. That set me thinking and questioning and seeking answers. In 1998 I co-wrote Millennium Countdown (US)/ A Business Guide to the Year 2000 (UK) see
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