Tag Archives: Hankley

So they saw Warsaw

Late in the day, Denise and Tracey journeyed across to Poland. The photos they took from the plane as they approached the airport hardly inspired one. It all looked a bit industrial. Their hotel was rather posh. It was also … Continue reading

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Going the other way

There’s been some roadworks over the last little while which have affected our trip back from walks. It’s rare that a whole road is blocked off but, nevertheless, it has been. Fortunately, there are three big roads into Farnham so … Continue reading

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Freya climbs the stairs

When I take Mirinda’s tea up in the morning, I am followed by two very eager dogs. It’s fair to say that Emma is a little more eager than Day-z and she’s usually leading the way. They both know when … Continue reading

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Freya meets Hankley

It didn’t look like we’d be going anywhere today. It started grey and very forboding. I managed to get wet walking home from the shops as the rain started. It all looked pretty much set in for the day. Warm … Continue reading

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Outstanding espresso

We went to dinner at Bel & the Dragon tonight. We realised we’d not been out for ages and wanted to go to the Duke of Cumberland but discovered it was fully booked tonight. Bel & the Dragon isn’t second … Continue reading

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Change is afoot

This morning I had my first Starbucks for two weeks. Jade (barista) asked where I’d been, which is always nice, then made my drink perfectly. I’d forgotten how good my specific drink is. Actually, when Jack asked what my Starbucks … Continue reading

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Sideways 1 and red sticks

A cricket update: It looks like being a New Zealand win at this very early stage of the match. Going in for their second go at bat following a Kiwi score in excess of 500, English wickets tumbled and it … Continue reading

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The Hankley Gorse

Today was perfect for a walk over Hankley. And so that is exactly what we did. The sky was blue, there was no wind and, while there were a few people about, it wasn’t crowded. And, as a salute to … Continue reading

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More plants

Firstly, while I’m flattered, I must say that my post a few days ago regarding the National Day of Fasting and Humiliation was almost completely true. The only bit I made up was the chant. While I might, sometimes, exaggerate, … Continue reading

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Continuing Birthday

The weather was very kind today. The almost continuous rain decided to have a day off. So, following a two hour Skype with Bob and Fiona, Mirinda declared we should go to Hankley. One of the things we love about … Continue reading

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