Monthly Archives: October 2013

Herefordshire and Back

My b&b in Herefordshire last week. Five Hundred years old (I speculated on how many had come into the world, and left it, in my bedroom). Only my nose peeped out of the covers on the first night, but no-one … Continue reading

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Chillingham Wild Cattle

They have been isolated in a walled terrain for 800 years, the last of Europe’s wild forest cattle. One hundred and twenty live here today. The 1947 winter killed all except for twentysix. They have been through the eye of … Continue reading

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Battle of Flodden.

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