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Wednesday, 25 January 2012

Under garment retrieval service..

I went of at half eight yesterday morning, following the instructions on the SatNav,  back to Caxton to retrieve MY missing undergarments and a lot of other stuff besides.   Coming back I skipped the SatNav bit and the consequent  rush-hour traffic queues through Bromsgrove and the single track country roads with limited passing places of the earlier journey.
I returned with the car stuffed to the roof , unloaded, made lunch, sent Joe on his way back to Caxton for the LAST of the treasures and took the dogs out for a wander south along the towpath towards the Shortwood Tunnel.
The rain of the night before had made a bit of a mess of the towpath but the low lying mist created  quite an atmosphere - Hound of the Baskervillesque  and me with two hounds of the basket-meals in tow...
Oh, lucky me also saw a Kingfisher!
Then it was back to Yarwood to put all the toot away...

The entrance to Shortwood Tunnel on a a moody/misty January afternoon


  1. Hi Both,
    It was very nice to meet you at last,thank you for giving up your time to show me around Yarwood, I could see that you were still busy with the move.
    The boat is spectacular, and you can see that a lot of thought has gone into the build, and they made a fabulous job of the fit out, I am sure our paths will cross again and all the best for the future.

    Rowland and Bev NB kLARA

  2. Hi Rowland
    I am sorry that I didn't have a little more time to spare but things have been very hectic (understatement..)
    Thank you for taking the time and your kind comments are well received, ta!


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