Monthly Archives: November 2009

Short legs, poor dog, ugly Cinderford

On the drive home to Farnham, (which didn’t take very long though did take longer than it should have because it was race day at Newbury) we took a vote. It was unanimous. This had been one of the worst … Continue reading

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And finally to home…

On the drive home to Farnham, (which didn’t take very long though did take longer than it should have because it was race day at Newbury) we took a vote. It was unanimous. This had been one of the worst … Continue reading

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No rain

Note well: This was our only day without rain. And it was a gloriously blue sky day, chilly with a light breeze. And no rain. The whole place suddenly appears so much nicer when not viewed through curtains of water. … Continue reading

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Crowds stop to watch

Note well: This was our only day without rain. And it was a gloriously blue sky day, chilly with a light breeze. And no rain. The whole place suddenly appears so much nicer when not viewed through curtains of water. … Continue reading

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Gloucestor

Rain, blue skies, rain, blue skies, grey skies, rain, grey skies, rain, rain, rain. And that was the morning. We spent a fruitless few hours discussing the possibility of having an extension built on our house and where I’d live … Continue reading

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A shed full of wheels

Rain, blue skies, rain, blue skies, grey skies, rain, grey skies, rain, rain, rain. And that was the morning. We spent a fruitless few hours discussing the possibility of having an extension built on our house and where I’d live … Continue reading

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The Birds

Blue skies and sunshine! We very quickly readied ourselves and left the cottage, off to Slimbridge (or Slym Bridge as it was once called) to visit the Wetland Centre. Created in 1946 by Sir Peter Scott, the Severn Wildfowl Trust … Continue reading

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Life on the wing

Blue skies and sunshine! We very quickly readied ourselves and left the cottage, off to Slimbridge (or Slym Bridge as it was once called) to visit the Wetland Centre. Created in 1946 by Sir Peter Scott, the Severn Wildfowl Trust … Continue reading

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A comfy pew?

Up at 9 to hear about the aftermath of the awful flooding in the Lakes District and people finally being allowed to return to their soaking houses. The BBC talked to a family who have been flooded three times in … Continue reading

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Matchless beauty

Up at 9 to hear about the aftermath of the awful flooding in the Lakes District and people finally being allowed to return to their soaking houses. The BBC talked to a family who have been flooded three times in … Continue reading

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