GRAVITY DISPENSE, BABY LAMBS & PIPERS CRISPS IN CONINGTON

The travel needed for new GBG ticks continues to rise.  This weekend we’re taking the campervan into Kent (two hours) for three Thanet ticks (guess what those are), then another two hours westward into Worcestershire, where avoiding the Cheltenham Festival crowd is the priority. Occasionally you need to stay closer to home. Which means the occasional foray… Continue reading GRAVITY DISPENSE, BABY LAMBS & PIPERS CRISPS IN CONINGTON

IN THE VALE OF MOWBRAY

I’ve had a good response to my hand-coloured maps (thanks Duncan) so here’s another one, with bonus shadow. This is a stretch of the Vale of Mowbray, named after the Boro’s robust captain from the late ’80s, whose promotion winning tackle was (probably) made in Burslem. At the top you can see Hutton Rudby, suffering from… Continue reading IN THE VALE OF MOWBRAY