Here’s our “block” of flats, called “The Mill”, Redlers Waterside. It’s built of the beautiful light characteristic Cotswold stone. We are on the third floor, looking over the Frome River below.
So I can’t tell you how long I’ve worked on turning this right-side up! I can do it in another place, but not here, so bear with me! Here’s our door to our building, with a slight view of our mailboxes on the right. We go in the door and then pass by the “lift” (elevator) and climb 4 flights of stairs, 28 to be exact. Good exercise!
Looking up to the third floor.
This is the building next to ours, The Clock Tower, where the young missionaries, Elder Chantry and Elder Chugg, live. They have been wonderful to train us and include us in visits and dinner appointments 🙂
This is our doorstep, where Sister Markham, the RS president, decorated with a cheery pumpkin to welcome us!
Our front door.
Inside our flat, with the best companion ever studying away!
Our table, with the bouquet of mums left by Sister Markham.
Our kitchen area, fridge to the left, stove in the middle, sink, dishwasher and washer/dryer at the right, under the counter.
The office, where we do this blog! 🙂 and other good work!
The Frome river that we see from our window looking down. We also see the town and the rolling Cotswold hills behind it.
Our car in it’s parking place, a Meriva. Gene is becoming quite the English driver!
The back of the store across the street where we do most of our shopping. Thanks for your patience as I learn how to hold still when I take photos, and then work out how to post! You’ll get to see improvement each time! For now, Cheerio!