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Cream Teas and Compost

The rain sounds like ball bearings hitting a baking tray. The crazy-paved path leading to our door has become a river. Suddenly the dash we made to Devon seems a big mistake – that’s if you can call a nine-hour crawl past Bristol in sweltering heat a ‘dash.’ What we would give for that scorching sun to break through again. 752 more words


Catch-up following half term

I hope you had a good half term break (if indeed you got one). I was able to get away for a few days, but prior to that, there was lots going on in North Devon. 534 more words


Ilfracombe Ladies

versus Exeter & Tedburn Sunday 2nd November. Click on the pic to make it sick.

Canon 5D mk3 mostly with EF 600mm f4 IS

Estpix Photography


How Victorian bathers came to take the health-giving waters at Ilfracombe

Today my old friend, Wools, and I visited Tunnels Beaches in Ilfracombe; a shameful first for both of us – it must be said, more so for him, as he has lived in this area for far longer than have I. 522 more words