Tag Archives: Haslemere

Reading and talking

I had a Talking Newspaper today. Being the middle-of-the-day Haslemere edition, meant an early walk for the dogs where we unexpectedly met Alec. He’s Sue’s son, who minds the girls on Friday. He was walking Pippa and, of course, Emma … Continue reading

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Newbies

First thing this morning, I tidied up the office before moving the desk back into position. I’m quite happy with the finish of the second coat of gloss although I wasn’t impressed with the bug that decided to stick to … Continue reading

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How do sheep climb trees?

When we lived in Haslemere, we often wondered what was behind the great walls at Ramster. One day I walked along the Sussex border path and ended up at the Mullberry pub which is almost opposite the big gate to … Continue reading

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Micro-climate

When we lived in Haslemere, we became aware that, because of the surrounding countryside (mostly woods and hills), we were locked in our own little world of weather. Of a morning, it was imperative that I note the London weather … Continue reading

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St Hilary’s Day walk

In honour of St Hilary, I went for a walk today. Was up at 7 to check the weather, which was glorious: Glorious and very crisp. Left home into the frost and cold with the puppies for company. This was … Continue reading

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The Big Dig – 2

Up at 6:30 and recommenced digging at 8. More of the same except I was aching. A lot! Got to the bottom of my test pit, photographed and sketched it, then filled it in again. Finished by about 2:30. A … Continue reading

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