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Walking Wisley

Wisley is the Royal Horticultural Society’s flagship garden.It also home to the national collection of rhubarbs and a recent visit coincided with a celebration of rhubarb, which, like Marmite, you either love or hate! Continue reading

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Another Clifftop Walk: St Margaret’s Bay to the South Foreland Lighthouse and a Bit Further

It was a windy, rainy September Sunday. It wouldn’t have been a good idea to have wandered to close to the edge of those white cliffs, for fear of being whisked over. It wasn’t cold, though, making for a very pleasant, invigorating walk. It was a continuation of the walk we made while on a week’s stay, at the back-end of August, in the adjacent village to St Margaret’s (heading towards Deal) called Kingsdown. Continue reading

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Walking the Earth II

Here is the second of the suite of two collages I mentioned in my previous blog Walking the Earth. I made a mistake with the name of the other one. It is Posthumous and have confused the name with this one. This is the one called Leaf & Blood and which inspired the name for the second of my Laurel Grove Series of Mystery & Suspense novels (work in progress). Continue reading

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Intelligent Design VIII

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