This morning I posted https://derrickjknight.com/2021/10/10/a-knights-tale-48-the-housing-market/
This afternoon we took Jessie on a forest drive.
I stepped out on Rhinefield Road and wandered among the autumnal woodland.
Ponies at Mockbeggar basked and dozed on the green, ignoring flies;
one, claiming its right of way on the road, forced traffic, including cyclists, to take a wide berth. It had no intention of budging.
As we drove down Roger Penny Way another equine string stampeded from one side of the moorland to the other. Motorists who had not anticipated the unusually active ponies dashing across the road sped past us and screamed to a halt in order to avoid denting their vehicles.
A young female scarecrow waited beside a telephone box just outside Lyndhurst.
This evening we dined at Lal Quilla where my main course was Chicken Jaljala; Jessie’s was Butter Chicken; and Jackie’s Hariali Chicken. We shared Bombay Aloo, pilau rice, and a plain Naan. The ladies each had ice creams. Jackie and I drank Kingfisher and Jessie drank Diet Coke.