Monthly Archives: April 2011

Friday, 29th April, 2011.

My Family & I      Like any other Dad, my Family members are important to me.      I have a daughter, Liz, and two grand-daughters, Ceri-Anne and Milly.   I count my son-in-law, Ower Ian (he’s from T’North), as part of … Continue reading

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Sunday, 24th April, 2011.

Now that April’s . . . HERE!           A glance at my Nature Notes Page will tell you how “twitterpated” (remember “Bambi”?) I am this April.   The weather has been superb for the last few weeks and, though needing to … Continue reading

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Sunday, 10th April, 2011.

It’s Never Too Late On Thursday, 24th March, Rosie and I went to Wolverhampton to see her two brothers, Terry & Tony, and her sister, June. We travelled via our favourite route, crossing five of the old, “proper” counties of … Continue reading

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Saturday, 2nd April, 2011.

When Keeffey Came Marching Home It was fifty years ago today that I left the British Army. I have a piece of paper (somewhere) which gives the reason for my demob after two years National Service as “His services are … Continue reading

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