Burnt And Parched

This morning Jackie drove me on a forest trip. Pennington Common is about three miles from our home. Bush fires swept across it on two occasions last month. As I left the Modus in which Jackie parked, I spoke to a couple who lived further along the road behind the car. They told me thatContinue reading “Burnt And Parched”

Hawthorn Berry Time

On our way to Elizabeth’s home for a family gathering we stopped at the the now virtually dry Pilley lake. The two opposite views I have been tracking through the year demonstrate that the bed is now virtually dry. The second contains hawthorn berries. two transverse views demonstrate the expanse of this; no animals todayContinue reading “Hawthorn Berry Time”