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Category Archives: Walk Thoughts
Saturdays are usually a bit up and down, round and about, in and out days, hence ‘Scatter’ or ‘Scattery’ Days. Today we went into Boston looking for ferrules for Hubby’s sticks as his are almost through the rubber, even with … Continue reading
We had a bit of a false start at the beginning of the month as The Beast from the East threw a snowy spanner in the works and kept us in on the 1st and 2nd. Then its sidekick arrived … Continue reading
You know what it’s like when you’re so set in your routine you do things on remote control. I did that once in 1998 and drove to a house we had moved out of much to the amusement of Hubby … Continue reading
Wednesday 21st March It was another beautiful day. One thing about being retired, your time is your own and you can do whatever you want as the mood takes, health issues permitting. It’s so hard to believe that just a … Continue reading
‘She sells sea shells on the sea shore’ was a tongue twister my speech therapist gave me to master as a child. She also threw in ‘Sister Susie’s sewing shirts for soldiers’ come to think of it, but I’m concentrating … Continue reading
To be honest, we’ve been avoiding the beach these past few days as the wind has been bitter. With the ‘real feel’ factor, there is a difference of as much as 8º taking into account the wind chill. We have … Continue reading
In testing the waters sotospeak as to how far Hubby can travel at the moment, we drove into Boston today to purchase some balsa wood for a project he is about to begin. He had used this particular model shop … Continue reading
Seen as a symbol of peace, it’s common place to offer an imaginary olive branch to diminish conflict or build bridges over differences or estrangement. In some instances, this only needs to done once, in others it takes two, three … Continue reading
Scheduled post. My blogging friend Sarah walks miles with her dog Choppy and keeps a tally. You can see this past week’s figures here: https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/7256074/posts/1750354965 When we were on the boat, Hubby and/or I had to walk Maggie up to … Continue reading