Monthly Archives: October 2014

Picking up apples

Do any of you older ones remember the Peter Sellers song (which clearly I don’t) in which he describes, amongst other things, going round ‘distributing boxes of rotten apples’ to the poor and needy.  I have felt rather like that … Continue reading

Posted in visits | Tagged , | Leave a comment

A place of wood

While I was up North I called in on some friends who live close to the Cumbrian town of Kendal.  Edward and Romola own fifteen acres of land on a turbulent river, half of which is given over to trees. … Continue reading

Posted in visits | Tagged | Leave a comment

HADRIAN’S WALL

25 miles in two days was the challenge laid down by Discover Adventure.  Nothing special about that you might say.  After all it was not, as it might have been, in Peru or the Atlas Mountains or even the Sahara … Continue reading

Posted in visits | Tagged , | Leave a comment