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Rain, wind, coal-mining and heroism.

So W and I are back. From windy, rainy Herefordshire where we awoke, as expected, to the singing of the birds. And where we also awoke on at least five of our ten mornings to the pounding of the rain … Continue reading

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The importance of fathers

I never knew my father. I have the vaguest recollection when I was perhaps three years old of a dark-coloured waistcoat on a level with my face and that, as far as I can find out as I dig about … Continue reading

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