The Changing Seasons – July 2020

The Changing Seasons – July 2020

It’s time again for my monthly roundup in The Changing Seasons post, hosted by Su at Zimmerbitch.

Since lockdown was eased some more, I took a trip to Newark to visit my friends – Doyle and Mel. It was so lovely to see them and their kids again. Mel and I went out to the garden centre and, on the way back, we went to the marina in Farndon and had a cheeky drink by the river.

Things to do in Newark
Photo Credit: Melody Armstrong

The following weekend, I went to Rotterdam to visit Chris.

Places to go in Netherlands

The journey there was surreal, everywhere was like a ghost town, devoid of people!

We had such a fun weekend, as we always do when we get together. Chris was an exceptional tour guide and he took me to new parts of the city. It was such a lovely couple of days making new memories!

The next weekend, my sister and I ventured out for a few Sunday afternoon drinks. It was just so lovely to be able to sit in a pub garden in the sunshine again!

I finished July with drinks and a book on my balcony watching the colours of the sunset fill the sky 🙂

Things to do at home
Things to do at home

About The Changing Seasons

The Changing Seasons is a monthly challenge where bloggers around the world share what’s been happening in their month.

If you would like to join me and the others in this challenge, here are the guidelines:

The Changing Seasons Version One (photographic)

  • Each month, post 5-20 photos in a gallery that you feel represent your month
  • Don’t use photos from your archive. Only new shots.
  • Tag your posts with #MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons so that others can find them

The Changing Seasons Version Two (you choose the format):

  • Each month, post a photo, recipe, painting, drawing, video, whatever that you feel says something about your month
  • Don’t use archive stuff. Only new material!
  • Tag your posts with #MonthlyPhotoChallenge and #TheChangingSeasons so others can find them

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