What you’ve never been underground!?

Never mind about the Bakerloo  Line – we are talking caves or pot holes. It’s a different world down there . No it isn’t claustrophobic. One just gets taken over by the magic… Continue reading

Seaside Life

I fancied a wander round Cromer this week in the sunshine. We haven’t seen much sun – so, like lots of other people I thought I would make the most of it –… Continue reading

See – it’s not just me!

I can remember when I was very young that my mum used to swat moths! “They always make holes in the clothes in your wardrobe , if you let them get in there.”… Continue reading

Amazing what you can see in Blakeney – or not see!

One of the things that sometimes irritates me is when you have been out on a photo shoot and as you pass another photographer going the same way he says “did you see… Continue reading

Excuse me mister, what does your machine do?

We are in to high technology this week dear people. I hear complaints that farming is being absorbed by technological wizards “farming isn’t what it used to be!” I notice that this week… Continue reading

Wheel meet again

It was suggested that we took a stroll one evening into the park – sounds delightful I thought. Sniff the summer evening air – admire the flowers and maybe there’ll even be a… Continue reading

How does your garden grow? (A visit to Dale Farm)

It was great to be able to visit again Dale Farm Garden near Dereham. This amazing garden was created by Sally and Graham Watts. Throughout the summer season the gardens are open by… Continue reading

When the wind blows

Sailors need a very narrow band of weather. Too little wind and they are becalmed – too much wind and they could break a mast or lose a sail. The strength of the… Continue reading

Downtime at Walsingham

The small Norfolk village of Walsingham is generally considered to be, by most Christians, a place of prayer, worship and pilgrimage. During the National Pilgrimage the faithful flock there in their hundreds. Or… Continue reading

Regatta Competition?

Members of the sailing fraternity on Barton Broad were puzzled to find half way through last Saturday afternoon’s Cruiser Open event that half a dozen very swish quad rowing fours were speeding across… Continue reading