Sitting here, watching the Cenotaph and march passed for Remembrance Sunday as i do every year on.the second sunday of November, two thoughts come to mind What the eyes that March or are wheeled passed the memorial have seen And That there are very few veterans of world war two let alone world war 2 …Continue reading "Remembrance Sunday 2017"
It’s Sunday morning 7am and I’m out with Stella, apart from the full moon the sky us clear, not a single cloud to be seen. Im wishing I had grabbed my gloves as Jack is definitely biting at them today. Mersea Rd is unusually busy for a Sunday and the remarkable thing is there us …Continue reading "Icy cold sunday morning walk "
Stella and I stepped out this morning expecting to be dodging high winds and stepping around fallen Boughs and wind swept debris but the reality was much tamer. Yes there were a lot of leaves, however it’s autumn apart from the fact there were a lot if green leaves to. The so called operation to …Continue reading "In search of Brian and the remaining colour of autumn in Fridaywoods "
There’s a lot on my Facebook feed about Ophelia the storm, the weather men were uncertain which way it was going to go, but my feed says that the local area, on the East of the UK saw some strong winds last night. When I walked Stella yesterday, there was an orange hue to the …Continue reading "In the Aftermath of Ophelia "
It turns out Stella is actually going to be eleven in November, she’s 2 years older than we thought. It’s a dull grey, windy, Friday evening and Stella and I are doing the Garrison walk. It’s strangely quiet, but then I suppose people are getting ready to go out. The first camera looms, we can …Continue reading "Friday night wander "
Another 5.30 clock on, so I was up at 4.30 and my best mate Stella needed her walk, being that time it was still dark so I didn’t actually walk along Ramparts lane, we took in part of the garrison walk. To say it was windy was a definite understatement, not so windy to carry …Continue reading "Clouds and windy start to a Thursday "
Since Wednesday they’ve been predicting a mini heatwave this, the penultimate weekend of September 2017. Well the first picture shows grey skies, to the west, and the second, Red sky in the morning, according to the old rhyme that’s shepherds warning! Its 6.30am Stella and I are on the garrison walk, which may turn toward …Continue reading "Mini heatwave, well according to the weatherman "
My first visit in a while walking the wick, which should be considered a Nature reserve, with Stella my trusty side kick. It late August and the objections have all been registered, im.told by somebody in the know about these things that the planners will try to do d a way around the objections. It …Continue reading "Walking the wick. Day 2 of my new regime "
You know those days when you need everything to go right, no red lights only green, well today both to and from Portsmouth was fine it was only whilst there I had delays, 2 hours worth again. But thankfully I made it back to meet the engineer who was fixing our hot water, after four …Continue reading "Winding down after a day of frustration "
I’m not starting so early today, a short run to Oxford but not collecting until 8am, locally. It’s just gone 6am and I’m up and out with Stella, and as I don’t clock on until 7 I’m giving her a longer wander than normal. There are patches of blue in an otherwise cloudy grey sky, …Continue reading "A quiet start to Tuesday "