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This afternoon Jackie drove me out to Calshot and back.
Waiting in the queue at the Lymington level crossing gave me the opportunity to focus on one of the hanging baskets that adorn the lampposts of the town.
One of the cattle on the moor near Beaulieu Road Station suckled quite a large calf.
Ower Farm on Calshot Road is a splendid Georgian building.
On Calshot beach’s shingle, along which a gentleman led a colour coordinated little girl,
and beyond which yachts enhanced the seascape;
gulls basked, preened, and squawked and saw off a couple of crows. One of the sea birds homed in on an ice cream cone and hopped onto the wooded parapet.
The photograph above of Ower Farm is how an Estate Agent’s brochure may have presented it.
In reality it is hemmed in by Fawley Power station.
This evening the three of us dined on Jackie’s splendid lamb jalfrezi with savoury rice. Mrs Knight drank Hoegaarden, Elizabeth drank Becks Blue, and I finished the Saint-Chenian