Borrowed Wellies

A strong wind was getting up in preparation for later rainfall when I took a walk along Hordle Lane and the footpath alongside Apple Court Garden where I met the owner who thought I might have been interested in looking at the house which is for sale. The plan now is to sell the houseContinue reading “Borrowed Wellies”

‘We’ll Finish What We Started’

31st March 2014 Posts over the next few days will be late, brief, and sparsely illustrated. Please bear with an exhausted elderly gent. The main reason for this will be stated next time. Today, however, no way did I have either time or energy to apply to writing. Jackie and I began, with Ian’s help,Continue reading “‘We’ll Finish What We Started’”

Why Do Estate Agents Have Such A Bad Press?

As I reported yesterday, the promised telephone call from Penyards did not come. Hopefully giving him time to sort out his desk, early this morning, I phoned the manager. I asked him if he was familiar with the situation concerning our flat. He said he was and read out his briefing. ‘That’s her version’, IContinue reading “Why Do Estate Agents Have Such A Bad Press?”

Sold By Spencers Of The New Forest

On a glorious spring morning Jackie drove us to Ferndene Farm Shop in Bashley Cross Road. The ground is drying up and many pools on the roads and heathland receding. I have before photographed the shelves inside this shop which has the best produce of its kind I have sampled. The produce outside would graceContinue reading “Sold By Spencers Of The New Forest”