The Village That Died For D-Day

CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE. REPEAT IF REQUIRED. This morning, Aaron and Sean cleared space for the anticipated greenhouse. Holly and Bay trees were cut back and Jackie’s old work corner dismantled. The sun danced over Jackie’s head as she contemplated the opening. This afternoon Jackie drove us to Tyneham in Dorset and back. NowContinue reading “The Village That Died For D-Day”

Wimbledon College As I Knew It

After our day in the sun, we are now in the grip of storm Gertrude. And they have only been given names in alphabetical order since the beginning of the year. Winds approach 50 m.p.h. We have had no snow, so quite how a pair of snow-owls came to be on their┬áperch in the garden,Continue reading “Wimbledon College As I Knew It”