Feeling cold, thinking warm…

Saturday, February 4th. 2012

Today we were supposed to meet friends for a visit to Whitechapel Gallery but they cancelled at the last minute because of the cold. This left us in quandary: what should we do instead?

Brixham Harbour
Brixham Harbour

We had intended to meet up in a cafe near Liverpool Street station and to have breakfast there. Now that that wasn’t going to happen, we needed to make other arrangements.

Clocktower, Barnstaple
Clocktower, Barnstaple

Instead we went to the Angel Inn in St John Street. Despite its name, this is a cafe, not a pub. We had breakfast there and thought about things to do with the day.

Butterfly, Regent's Park
Butterfly, Regent’s Park

Just walking to the cafe, with a biting wind blowing in our faces, had convinced us that today was not a day for wandering about in the open. Even Tigger, who bears the cold much better than I, was reluctant to brave the winter chill.

Torquay at night
Torquay at night

It didn’t take long for us to convince ourselves that today was a good day for staying at home. It would be warm, we could take naps, drink tea, and generally relax. There would be other days when we could go out.

Whitby Harbour mouth
Whitby Harbour mouth

Back home we stoked up the heating and made tea. I fell to thinking of past days out and selected a few pictures at random to post here. Happy memories of past trips and – more to the point – of warmer weather! Now, let’s put that kettle on again…

Jubilee Clock, Chester
Jubilee Clock, Chester

Copyright © 2012 SilverTiger, https://tigergrowl.wordpress.com, All rights reserved.


About SilverTiger

I live in Islington with my partner, "Tigger". I blog about our life and our travels, using my own photos for illustration.
This entry was posted in SilverTiger and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to Feeling cold, thinking warm…

  1. Mark Elliott says:

    When you visited the Jubilee Clock, did you have a fried Mars bar at the nearby stall? I hope not!

  2. WOL says:

    Hmmmm. Settling in with a lap robe, a good read, a nice pot of tea, maybe a bowl of Mandarin orange sections or some cheese and crackers, and a kitty to snuggle with. Sounds divine. Frigidly blusterous days are great weather for launching expeditions into a good book.

Genuine comments are welcome. Spam and comments with commercial URLs will be deleted.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s