New Year – new challenges?

So here we are in 2019, and the prospect of #Brexit looms very close now, cant help wondering how this will affect us business wise as we have a lot of visitors/guests from “across the water”, but those I have spoken to are relaxed and the bookings coming in are on a par with last year so that’s a relief! Our weather has been very temperate for this time of year, no sign of any ice or snow, in fact not that much rain, although the days have been grey skies and chilly its nice to go out on walks with the dogs and not have to slide around in mud glorious mud although I think Tizer dog is a bit disappointed by the lack.

Very different walk this morning! no snow or ice and you would be forgiven to think that this might be a summers day photo! roll on spring/summer – a walk along the “White Cliffs” to the “South Foreland Lighthouse” with the promise of tea and home made cake beckons……

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Cold and wintery Sunday in Dover, Kent – and most of us are looking forward to some warmer weather, living on the coast near the famous “White Cliffs of Dover” has some wonderful walks for us and the dogs (two border terriers) who can of course walk for days and never seem tired,  they love this weather but I have to say having been born and bred in much milder climes, (Zimbabwe) it is necessary to wrap up warm in several layers complete with woolly hat and mittens, which the doggletts eschew and regard with much amusement.  After a crisp and fast walk we convinced ourselves that a visit to the pub nearby for a warming glass of wine and some lunch was the proper sunday thing to do before returning back to await our guests.  Wonder what they will all want for breakfast tomorrow……..