1. Lovely photos.
    I too used to walk through Morden Hall Park, and Nonsuch Park many moons ago. (My grandparents lived in Morden ~ Ravensbury Avenue). I can remember the huge horse chestnut trees, winding paths, and many squirrels.
    A great place to walk off a large Sunday lunch.

    1. Small World, Melanie. That park features a lot in the posts from 2012 when Jackie and I rented a flat in Links Avenue. Years earlier, my parents had lived in Rougemont Avenue. Thanks

  2. I watched the women’s rugby which I had never seen before (go NZ go!) and I watched of course, gymnastics, (incredible) and swimming (incredible) – much fun was had by all. I am glad to hear you are a little recovered – hope you’re taking Vit C and lots of delicious things xo

  3. Lovely memories, Derrick. I had to look up Pooh Sticks. It sounds like a delightful game to play with a child.
    The Battersea Power photo is quite dramatic, but I love that thrush, and I like to picture you and Jackie dining while you both watch the bird, and he or she watches you.

  4. I saw from the train today that the iconic power station is down to one chimney at the moment. Apparently as they rebuild, one stack has to remain at all times because of the listed building status and the impact on the London skyline.

  5. I remember that skyline featuring the BPS – it is iconic! I’m glad you are feeling better! I’m still working on getting that photo to enlarge – it might have to wait til the next post is made. Thanks for helping me out with that. xo

  6. These are the true treasures of memories Derrick.. wonderful photos.. and a reminder for me to try to do the same with a suitcase full of photos… A task for one winters day.. πŸ™‚

Leave a Reply