Thursday, 9 September 2021

David liked walking here.


 Sorry late on parade...lots of dancing and other shenanigans going on!!

Following in David's footsteps last weekend we could see why he liked walking here. We were walking by the river Adur and over the water meadows behind Henfield in West Sussex. 








More tomorrow.

Arilx


2 comments:

  1. Not the least of British customs to be admired is the placing of memorial benches in parks and on footpaths. What a pleasant thought it is, to know one shares the enjoyment of the space with generations past.

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    1. I hadn't thought about this as being a British custom...had just assumed you'd find it everywhere. They're are a very understated way to express our feelings about loved ones. Some are hilarious, whilst others very formal. I always try and read them if I remember. Arilx

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Peeking out.

 Sadly I can't tell you much about this old chair apart from it was carved in 1600 and is in St Edmundsbury Cathedral in Bury St Edmunds...