I know that some of you who live in foreign climes enjoy looking at my pictures of this region of northern England. You live in faraway, exotic places like Alberta, Nova Scotia, Ludwigsburg, Missouri, Australia, Washington State, Florence SC, Florida, Harpenden, Colorado, West Hampstead, New Zealand, Brighton, Toronto and of course - Goole. Oh and I must remember all those Russians who regularly figure in this blog's audience statistics. To them I say: Привет, мои друзья!
All of this is just characteristic preambling as I choose some more pictures to share with you. On Monday, as I walked around Onecote in Staffordshire, I saw other things apart from cattle.
|St Luke's in Onecote|
One day, if I am lucky, I may be an old man - no longer capable of long country jaunts. When that time comes it will surely be a comfort to look back on posts like this one and remember the paths and byways I walked when I was younger - retracing and reliving my steps. And if that old man is reading this I say to him - Do as the carers tell you and stop dribbling soup down the front of your pyjamas! Nurse!...Nurse!
|Redundant telephone kiosk in Ford|