Nope, this is my first fig from the fig tree variety Brown Turkey planted in a pot a couple of years ago.
Meet lush puppy – a friend’s 14-week-old lemon cocker spaniel.
He’s a totally adorable bold, soft-mouthed little chap, probably to be named Charlie, although he answers to anything at the moment.
No luxury dog beds required – he’s happiest snoozing flat out in the dust under a bush.
what the cat dragged in…
13th Photo Competition – Contentment
The subject is Contentment.
It can be a picture of contentment or a scene which evokes that feeling in you or others. There – that’s pretty loose isn’t it? Didn’t want to make it too tricky.
Entries (loads of them would be good) please by midnight GB time Sunday 7th August. Continue reading “13th Photo Competition – Contentment”
A view of Le Tour 2011
It was the helicopters I heard first, approaching from the west, still quite high and then swooping lower, following the riders up the last winding ascent before the road flattened on the headland of Cap Frehel, Brittany.
Somewhere out of view, near the flamme rouge which marks 1 kilometre to the finish, began a Mexican wave of sound, a crescendo which rippled along the ten-deep bands of yellow-capped spectators lining either side of the road. Continue reading “A view of Le Tour 2011”
A Tale of Two Bikes
You wouldn’t think it would be hard to spend upwards of £500 on a light, nippy, flat-barred road bike, would you?
I’m talking the kind of bike that you stick a rack on plus a pannier or two and maybe some mudguards and pedal reliably to work and back in the week. There must be loads of them. Well, there are on cycle shop websites anyway. Continue reading “A Tale of Two Bikes”
Sorry but this tickled me too. This is definitely the last one… until I find something better 😉
The 10th Photo Competition
I don’t usually post this kind of thing… but it made me laugh
Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’, keep those cheeses rolling…
It wasn’t supposed to take place at all this year but the great Brockworth tradition of rolling a cheese down a 1 in 2 hill and then running after it, survives.
It survives the massive over-hyping of it and the visiting crowds from all over the country and abroad that caused such chaos in 2009 that it’s whole existence was called into question. Continue reading “Rollin’ rollin’ rollin’, keep those cheeses rolling…”
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