A Window On A Hill (Part Two)

Jackie and Elizabeth visited MacPenny’s Nursery today in order for my sister to buy some bulbs. They also lunched there and returned here mid-afternoon. We chatted for a while before Elizabeth departed for her own home.

The first part of this collection of essays by Richard Church illustrated by C.W. Bacon features in https://derrickjknight.com/2023/10/30/more-rain-more-reading/

As before I have scanned each page containing one of the drawings, some also featuring the author’s prose, leaving readers to make their own assessments.

I will just add that, having been determined to finish my reading and to scan this second batch of pictures today, I was tempted to skim some of the prose, but I couldn’t bear to miss a word.

This evening, while gales howled outside and rain beat a tattoo on the Velux window above, we all dined on Jackie’s wholesome chicken and vegetable stewp and fresh crusty baguettes with which she drank more Zesty and I drank more of the Côtes du Rhône.