AP in UK
You never know who will drop in when you’re in Oxford (ICYDK, it’s Andrew Peterson).
That moment when you have one second to take a pic of the Jumbotron at Joy’s Biola graduation. Bam!
The view from our front porch in Monument. Life in the naturehood.
Is this a nature mullet—business in the front and snow party in the back?
At The Kilns
I wonder if the sign was there when C.S. Lewis was occupying the premises?
The ivy at the Kilns grows like the works of its previous occupant.
They do windows better in the UK.
Not the wardrobe, but it’s in C.S. Lewis’s house.
Reflecting on a tree reflected in a window.
Glass and Ivy
A Scottish window scene.
A Door in the Rock
There’s something very natural about this rock home.
England does scary trees better.
Where Lewis Worshipped
Magdalen College Chapel, where C.S. Lewis worshiped.
Magdalen College Quad
Inside the quad
In a quad looking at the Magdalen Tower.
Coffee by Oxford
Having coffee is a way of life in Oxford.
Lewis’ pew is near the end of the row on the left.
If you’re going to tag a wall, might as well blend in.
A Tree Couple
Two trees in Oxford growing old together. How sweet.
Old but Useful
Every old structure in Oxford can, and does, becoming housing.
Pike's Peak in Clouds
A Christmas morning view of the Peak.
Things get broken in the battles.
Hold the Psycho-deli Sauce
Not sure where this was, but it was a real thing.
Pikes Peak Pano
A peek at our neighborhood (just beyond the tree line).