Monthly Archives: April 2016

April adventure: Walking the Capital Ring

“When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life”. I don’t know much about Samuel Johnson, but he certainly had that right. We both thought we knew London pretty well.  It turns out that we (still) only … Continue reading

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Off the hook

Oh I am so pleased with this, and I can’t deny I’m very proud of myself. In the past year I have gone from being just-about-able-to-crochet to being able to successfully follow a pattern and make something I completely love. … Continue reading

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The Gap Year

Well now you might be forgiven for thinking that we are about to up sticks and travel for a year, but really, truly – that just doesn’t appeal to me.  At least, not right now, at this point in my … Continue reading

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March: allotment round up

March was bookended with a flurry of allotment activity at the start and the end of the month, but not a lot in between (is this beginning to sound a bit familiar?). Even so, I managed to do quite a … Continue reading

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