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NaBloPoMo XI: Armistice Day and The Compleat Trespasser


“But then why shouldn’t the British people have free access to the best bits of our own countryside? Many of our parents and grandparents fought for this country in the world wars. Some of my readers may well have served in more recent conflicts. Why is it deemed okay to be prepared to die for your country, but not be allowed to walk across it?” Continue reading

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Wild Flowers: Herb Robert


… Herb Robert. This tiny flower is a particular favourite of mine and as it is commonly found in woodland, I come across it often on my trampings. It has some other colourful names too: Red Robin, Death Come Quickly, Stinking Robert, Cuckoo’s Eye, Bloodwort and Robert Geranium. Continue reading

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