Monthly Archives: March 2019

Phylloscopus collybita!

Can’t resist a little Gilbert Whitean tribute on hearing my first one of these of 2019 this morning!

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Adlestrop

Was in England last weekend, visiting friends for St Patricks, and we found our way to Adlestrop. I love the poem and the way it captures the ineffable; and the magic of its final rhyme. The railway station is long … Continue reading

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Quoile Pondage

My third Guardian Country Diary piece is on this lovely and intriguing spot.

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