Earlier this year I took a bit of a trip down memory lane and somehow ended up in the Sussex village of Brede. Now Brede is just a couple of miles up the road from my home in Westfield, another Sussex village. My mates and I used to take off on our bikes, with our… Continue reading Giants
Continuing a theme of stepping back in time, today’s post is about the Bluebell Railway which runs between East Grinstead & Sheffield Park in East Sussex. This was another “wrinklies” trip, organised by the IBM Retired Employees Club. And what a fine day out it was. A coach trip through some of the finest countryside that Hampshire and… Continue reading The Bluebell Line
Our second day of travelling, south of Perth, found us bidding farewell to Margaret River and aiming for Pemberton. Travelling along Warner Glenn Road we crossed the Blackwood River where we stopped so that I could take a couple of photos. By coincidence a couple of kayakers were passing through….. The figure in the bow… Continue reading Pemberton / Second Best Western
On Sunday we visited Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre and took a trip down memory lane. The weather was kind unlike the previous Saturday and the following Monday. Here are a few photo’s to give you a feel for this venue if you have never visited before.
Saturday Afternoon A weekend in Hastings to celebrate my sister’s birthday was never going to be quiet but we had a cracking time. Saturday was not very nice weather wise, grey and cool. It didn’t matter much since we spent some time wandering down George Street browsing the shop windows until we met up with… Continue reading Hastings / Bodiam