Tag Archives: folk

Bidding, burgers and a banjo

Ever since we went to our first auction, the auction house had been sending us a catalogue every time a new one comes along. This seems to happen every fortnight. Mostly they take place during the week but the latest … Continue reading

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Glorious day with an extra Dawn

I haven’t seen Dawn this year. Well, until tonight, anyway. Ages ago, I bought tickets to go to the Maltings to see Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman. We went to see them the last time they played in Farnham and … Continue reading

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When I’m moving windows

Another day’s delay. The builder is starting tomorrow. I was up, ridiculously early, waiting for the crew to turn up. They didn’t. Eventually, the builder emailed to say a digger was turning up tomorrow morning (early) and he’d be here … Continue reading

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Pew back

It was a race against the clock. Darren and Lorna had to get to Victoria station, via the Tube, by 11pm. At Highbury and Islington Tube station, they raced down the corridors, bustling the slower movers out of the way. … Continue reading

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Poodle mayhem

I retrieved the poodles from their holiday camp today. I was going to do the usual bus trip then long walk home but the weather has been so damp and mucky recently that I figured any enjoyment garnered from a … Continue reading

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Dave Robert’s French waltz

Ages ago, Dawn introduced me to a folk band called Gigspanner. The main guy is Peter Knight who was/is part of the line up for Steeleye Span, a 70s folk/rock band and he plays fiddle. What an amazing musician he … Continue reading

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