Tag Archives: Kelston

In the time of the virus: day 87

Wet, wet wet.  That was today here.  But despite  (or maybe because of) the incessant rain I had another lovely walk back home from Kelston, marred only by the increased traffic on the main road. On the way home I … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 76

Another Sunday.  The sun is shining, and everything outside feels so much fresher after the rain (even if there was less of it than I hoped for).  As do I after a good night’s sleep. I decided to preempt my … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 73

A short but (I hope) sweet post today. Kate from Winchester – I don’t know you but I do know your friend.  I cannot begin to tell you how much pleasure your card gave me – thank you so much … Continue reading

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In the time of the virus: day 47

Another day, another walk.  Just one more day left till we’ve completed our (virtual) walk around Arran.  Today we walked out to Saltford along the river path and then the railway path, then up across fields to Park Farm in … Continue reading

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