Nature Reclaims …

Nature reclaims what man neglects Yesterday my computer decided I’d been having it too easy lately – so it went on strike. Or perhaps it’s having a giant strop. Whatever it is, it thinks it is fun not to let me access the network. I decided to ignore it and go outside to spend time…

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Unexpected visitor

Last Wednesday I was aware that, perhaps, we had had a visitor. Tell-tale signs in the garden suggested a rabbit, a fox perhaps; surely not a sheep. On Thursday I went into the garden and was working away clearing weeds. A movement made me look up, and there was a young sheep calmly munching its…

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Lockdown easing: Travels #1

Cotswolds With a newly attained freedom comes responsibility. To keep ourselves safe and to be mindful of the safety of others. But I believe that it also comes with a responsibility to make our lives better than they were before lockdown.“If you keep doing what you’ve always done – you’ll keep getting what you’ve always…

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World Oceans Day: 8 June

World Oceans Day is a worldwide celebration that focusses on the need to protect, conserve, and honour our great waters – oceans that make up a large part of the 71% of water covering our planet.For more information contact: http://www.UNworldoceansday.org At the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro in 1992 the Canadian Government proposed the setting…

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Travels 4: Autumn in North-East USA

On our journey home to England from visiting family and friends in Australia it was a no-brainer to travel via USA. The Grand Canyon and Niagara Falls were definitely on the ‘bucket list’. October in South Australia was already in the high temperatures of a Southern Hemisphere Spring; the Grand Canyon was noticeably cooler surprising…

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