LLAMAS, LACINGS & LAZY DAYS IN LEIGHTON BROMSWOLD

Too far to travel for a new tick, that’ll have to wait till Tuesday in Cornwall, but I DID get Mrs RM to join me on a walk in hilly Cambridgeshire. Honest, hills. Well, close enough. This is the footpath from Spaldwick to Leighton Bromswold, perched on the eponymous high ridge which is a magnet… Continue reading LLAMAS, LACINGS & LAZY DAYS IN LEIGHTON BROMSWOLD

PRIDE DRINKING WELL IN EARITH SLUICE

Back home, a day’s rest before we finally charged up the campervan and took it out on an exciting Good Friday trip. Just up the road from Greater Waterbeach, but it’s a start. There’s a website that tells you where you can park your campervan overnight for nothing, as long as you don’t need electricity… Continue reading PRIDE DRINKING WELL IN EARITH SLUICE

A BASS FOR “MR BRIGHTSIDE” OUTSIDE THE ARCHERS

Just to prove I do occasionally read your comments on here, this post follows a recent suggestion from the mysterious hedgenerd about Draught Bass in Grantchester.  To be fair, I’d want to remain mysterious if I lived in Grantchester or Trumpington. “I just had a nice pint (two actually) of Bass at the Green Man… Continue reading A BASS FOR “MR BRIGHTSIDE” OUTSIDE THE ARCHERS

KARAOKE & KAMPERVANNING IN STAMFORD

  Somewhere in my photo collection there’s a picture of a bloke singing “Back for Good” at  karaoke in Stamford‘s Lincolnshire Poacher*; the highlight of a Sunday night spent on Adnams, Bombardier, Mansfield and Pedigree in the fun pub. But it was all fun pubs back in 1997, when Stamford had one of the widest range of beers anywhere… Continue reading KARAOKE & KAMPERVANNING IN STAMFORD