Category Archives: observations

The Woods revisited

Hubby and I have fond memories of the woods we used to frequent when we lived in the cottage. We had a variety of routes, some we considered ‘secret’ pathways through the trees, up around the bunny route and down the … Continue reading

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All in the angle

We’ve had some lovely, if chilly, walks along the beach over the last few days, and I’ve said before that no two days have been the same. It’s been a sunny day today but the sea was sporting a Jekyll … Continue reading

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A doppelgänger is a look-alike or double of a living person (wiki) I’ve done a post on this before (click here) and have noted the variant spelling. There’s also another post on the subject, but that is a matter of … Continue reading

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Hark, the Angels sing

Walking into town yesterday on my own, I could hear singing. I looked around and there were plenty of homes with fairy lights of varying numbers and colours, but I could not see where the voice was coming from. Silent … Continue reading

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Dog-gone it

MOH took us for a field trip on Saturday to Wells as there was a market on. I thought he wanted something specific, but he was just being our considerate friend and giving us something else to think about to … Continue reading

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Not exactly the Early Bird

No, this post is nothing to do with the 1965 Norman Wisdom classic, or any kind of bird for that matter. We took Maggie for a walk along the beach this morning just after 10 o’clock. It was a beautiful … Continue reading

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Unlikely conversations : spin off

My Tale Weaver post was based, albeit loosely, on Maggie. When we first moved to Lincolnshire in 2007, we started walking in country lanes, and she became known as the black and white dog that didn’t enter fields or chase … Continue reading

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