P1000161Now that the weather seems to have sorted itself out me and Mrs L can get back to our favourite pastime of wandering aimlessly around National Trust properties, so today we spent a pleasant few hours at Dyrham Park in Bath.

It’s a lovely old house in a beautiful setting, surrounded by parkland which is inhabited by deer, you may get a good view of these beautiful creatures if you are patient, but we weren’t today, so we just saw them from a distance, but at least they were there, and so were we.

The gardens were looking absolutely beautiful today, filled with fantastic daffodils and tulips, some lovely hellebores and euphorbia and a stunning variety of colours, shapes and sizes.  Here’s a few pics, can somebody tell me what that little purple bell shaped flower is please?