Yay later today we return to our beloved Portugal, a land where the larks are still plentiful and there isn’t a spiky and constitutional crisis.

Double spikes

I despair of what is happening in the UK right now, and live in forlorn hope that our parliamentarians will stop playing games soon and put the country first. Thank goodness I will be flying away in a few hours. Now whilst I travel across sea and land, why don’t you put your feet up, sit back and enjoy our fabulous second gallery.

Oops I forgot to remind you to make a cup of tea or coffee, or if you are relaxing this evening maybe a glass of wine or something. The gallery isn’t huge today but you are still going to need something to keep you going!

I really hope everyone who visits this post will have a moment this weekend or next to fully look round the gallery. It would mean so much to me if you could.

There are so many wonderful new contributors as well as some extraordinary ones from our regulars. The variety really has been incredible this month, I have never known what might pop up on my screen.

By the way I have discovered quite a few of the pingbacks are not appearing in the ‘pings’ list. I hope I have included everyone who has posted a square in the past seven days, but if I have missed you do let me know. Please also do check your pingbacks link to a post rather than the home page and even more importantly make sure your photos are square!

78 thoughts

  1. This is a grand collection of spikes. We who are observing the Brexit debacle from the other side of the world are completely bamboozled by what is going on. Surely it can’t be good for the British economy to have so much instability. I have a spiky post for you today. It’s a very spiky building with a walk included for Jo and almost all the photos are square! https://theeternaltraveller.wordpress.com/2019/03/17/edge-walking/

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    1. Those of us on this side are bamboozled too, trying to understand the voting this week took me quite a few reads, and then all I could do was get angry because most of it was political point scoring 😦

      It is a disaster for the country. I never agreed with the decision, but after the referendum two years ago thought okay that’s what happening. Now please plan carefully . . .instead they flaffed about and put Article 50 in motion. So daft . .all sides have to take responsibility for where we are now, and just hope enough can demonstrate common sense and put the country first before 29th. I suspect though pigs might fly first 😦

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