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I found this tagine in a local charity shop, this morning. It didn’t appear to have a price ticket or sticker on it and so I asked one of the assistants about it. The woman said that it wasn’t … Continue reading
Back home from my ‘ teenager/house-sitting‘ duties and so I thought I would post some of my favourite views of my village.
This is my granddaughter Natasha’s bicycle ……… and I am rather envious. I have always harboured a dream of owning a similar bicycle …….. preferably a gorgeous old Pashley, with a wicker basket on the front. In a perfect world, … Continue reading
Low tide on the River Ouse at Goole, East Yorkshire. Goole is the UK’s furthest inland port and is capable of handling nearly 3 million tonnes of cargo each year. This makes it one of the most important east … Continue reading
Betty, surveying her new domain from our bedroom window at my son’s house. We don’t have any stairs at home, so she is fascinated by all the things that are now BELOW her. I’m sure that she thinks she’s … Continue reading
I’m afraid I am 4 days behind with my ‘Photo a Day’ Challenge. This is because I have been away ‘Teenager sitting’. My son and daughter-in-law, Chris and Tracey, have been having a weekend break, camping at Oliver’s Mount … Continue reading
The pretty market town of Beverley in East Yorkshire, has many delights. The jewel in its crown is surely the magnificent Beverley Minster, but it also boasts North Bar, a 15th century gateway to the town and many old … Continue reading
SCORCHIO The photo shows two traditional ways of keeping cool in the hot weather ……………. The paper and bamboo fan must be over 15 years old and is a little rough around the edges now. It was given to … Continue reading
19 days ago a very kind neighbour gave me some seed peas. I carefully planted them in two long planters and protected them from the birds and squirrels with netting ……also given to me by the kind neighbour. … Continue reading
HAPPY FATHER’S DAY ………. to my dear old Dad and all the other fathers, whether they are still with us or not.