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May already!

So. April came and went, as it aways does and always will. I wasn’t wrong to think we had a drought – here in the UK it was one of the driest (and coldest) Aprils on record. The climate crisis … Continue reading

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Different weeks

I decided this month was going to be a month of catch-ups. With the end of lockdown approaching (we hope…) my time is going to be more in demand and there will be less unallocated time to play with. Back … Continue reading

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Goodbye February, hello March!

I know, we’re already a third of the way through March. I’m late. Sorry about that. I looked through my photos from February to remind myself where the month went. I can see I walked a lot, most days. I … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 22 (Saturday)

And another weekend has rolled around. Our last one in (this) lockdown, though the differences between lockdown and what comes next will be slight. Especially for those of us who are disinclined to do whatever we’re ‘allowed’ to do, and … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 18 (Sunday)

After a murky start, the mist eventually cleared and the sun shone. Perfect for the new-to-us local walk we’d planned. Inspired by the map of places provided by Bathscape, we set off to visit Carrs Wood in Twerton. I’m so … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 14 (and 13)

Middle of the week, end of week 2 of the second lockdown in England. Will it have made enough difference by the end? I doubt it, but I do hope it will have prevented some people from getting ill (and … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: mark 2 day 4

It’s the weekend, different rules apply. An enjoyable relaxed time, especially after that announcement yesterday afternoon. Not a moment too soon. Concerned about what happens next, but let’s allow ourselves some time to bask in the knowledge that one particular … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: lockdown mark 2

Here we go again! Unsurprisingly to those of us who follow the scientists who know a thing or two (and especially those of us who watch helplessly as the government fails to follow the evidence), another lockdown is coming our … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: back in self isolation again

 Just at the point when I’d at last recovered from whatever it was, we got a phone call from a family member. He and his partner both felt unwell on Tuesday and got tested – both tested positive. Fortunately neither … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: where did the time go?

I’m not sure where the time went, I seem to have been away for a bit.  Sorry about that.  Mostly busy being busy; in between times busy feeling exhausted. Thank you for the good wishes for my operation, which I … Continue reading

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