Monthly Archives: June 2015

Paris after the Cassis Glacé,  then on a speedy train south. 

 This is looking down the Dordogne river, I am peering out from a great height , between the summer stalky grasses of the bastide town of Domme.    My paper is clipped on with a hair clip. If it blows … Continue reading

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An Attic in Paris, at last . .

I have decided to write later of my adventures in England. For now as I leave Angleterre, a picture of me as a traveller, taken in a very Dickens area of London, Marshalsea road, and not far away, Little Dorrit … Continue reading

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George Mackley’s wood engravings , Paul Nash’s Clumps etching, then on the train North .

  Well this is clearly not a wood engraving, it is what I can see now out of my window in Paris. All those rooftops! I am so high up. I arrived today…June 11.  In this weblog I am saying still … Continue reading

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Back down the railway tracks .( back some days in my travels)..

    I have borrowed the first cat photo (anon) and took the picture of Thomas of Thames view cottage. ( at Clifton Hampden). The cat pictures are to honour the life of Miss Kitty, who went on the long sleep. She … Continue reading

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Back to my weblog.

  I am quite behind like Brown’s Cows in writing my weblog. I think I will start at right now to say of what has been happening in my days. Beginning at nearly midnight , at our friends’ Sue and Alex’s … Continue reading

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