Monthly Archives: January 2016

Tales from the kitchen table 3

Well, it’s not strictly true this time, as my own cosy nest does not have a kitchen big enough for a table, so the taptap is on my knee. It was the drive back across Anglesey that began this draft and at the time … Continue reading

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Tales from the Kitchen Table 2

Landscape The landscape on Anglesey fascinates me. It is not bold like the lakes or soft like the Chilterns, but here are hints of the open Lancashire moorland that I love so well, especially at the north end of the … Continue reading

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TALES FROM THE KITCHEN TABLE

Sheep Our local farmer has lost 10 sheep in the last two nights – he thinks to pneumonia, but the vet is checking samples, just to make sure. It has been so very wet and apparently none of the local … Continue reading

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