Where Eagles Soar and Cows Rule the World

No time this morning for more than a quick look at one of my favorite quirky garden statues.

This gorgeous & colourful baby elephant can be found in a garden in . . . . of all places, Sheen!

I used to pass him every day on my way up to Richmond Park for my early morning walk and he brought India close to me.

He also always reminds me of a box of Barrett’s sweeties – now what are they called? They are a mix of liquorice and coconut and come in a myriad of colours but I can’t recall the name of them at this moment in time.

Next I am looking out for a statue of a deer to bring Richmond Park close again – anyone out there can point me to it please?

Catch you later. xxx


About travell1ngthroughl1fe

I am a fun-loving person who goes with the flow and travels through life most of the time though sometimes I have to be responsible when others try to get me on their track! Most of the time though people tell me I am barking mad! hahahaha! Life is short but oh so sweet so I believe in looking out for the bright side of life and I can always find a positive in everything! Half-empty glasses are not for me. Negativity is an ill I want to cure in everyone. Only after you heal your own soul can you help to really heal the world. So when you need help, ask for it and where it is offered, gratefully accept it as a gift.
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