“Did you see the red stag?” the chap with the rucksack asked us. I swung round to look at Graham, … Continue reading A High Street Black Friday
“If I can walk up this hill each day, I know I’m still alive,” declared a salt and pepper haired … Continue reading The perfection of today
“Do you spend more time getting dressed than you do cycling?” I asked the chap lying semi-horizontally on the floor … Continue reading A winter’s tale
“Oh bother,” messaged Linda at 07.37 this morning, “just looked out of my window. Thick fog!” I’d already hung washing … Continue reading Christmas come early?
“There were only two pieces there,” he said, “and they weren’t very big.” He held out his hands, fisherman style, … Continue reading Time to remember
“They can’t hear because of the river,” explained the Joint Master of Foxhounds A hunting horn could be heard clearly … Continue reading Trailing about
“I’d like you to take me from where you think you are, to this point here.” The assessor moved his … Continue reading Back to the future
“Do you mind if we ignore your ‘Road closed’ sign?” I asked the chap raking gravel across the footpath. “You … Continue reading “Just another manic Monday…..”