Author Archives: roundhillrob

Sedentary activity, if that makes sense.

I need to get out and walk.  Walk 5 or 6 miles, that would do. Ideally with rural views, but that’s not essential.  All I seem to be doing is going out to events and reading.  That doesn’t sound so … Continue reading

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Wooden Sett from Valley Gardens

Perhaps its a mistake to admit this, but I stole a pitch-impregnated wooden sett from a pile of them that appeared just south of St Peter’s Church during the beginnings of 24 months of remodelling the Valley Gardens.  I doubt … Continue reading

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Walking through Henfield

This was a few weeks ago but such interesting pics demand I do it even though late. Got a little lost in the twittens that permeate the town, but it was worth it to encounter this great bit of topiary: … Continue reading

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August jottings

Its pouring down outside and a little cool.  When the rain was just starting I nipped down the garden to empty the compost bin and feel the rain on my skin, thinking , ‘Autumn is coming’.  Then I saw some … Continue reading

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Touring the Isle of Wight – July 2018

Graham and I set out from Horsham on teh 25th to board the Portsmouth ferry at noon.  Plenty of time for a McDonalds breakfast (!) and a slow trip round the south of Chichester and the opportunity to drive over … Continue reading

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Chichester and a watercolour course

Last Wednesday we went to Chichester, had lunch at Pallant House and did the exhibitions.  Big one was paintings (all by women) selected because they had links to the writings of Virginia Woolf.  Some links quite clear – two women … Continue reading

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More Scillies

On our return to Agnes from St Martins we ate on the campsite, cooking a ratatouille, new potatoes and some cannellini beans.  There may have been drinking at the Turks Head afterwards – who can say? On the next day … Continue reading

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