Category Archives: Postcards

Thomas and the Great Japanese Farewell

Like many small children, my son Vincent has an obsession with Thomas the Tank Engine. Or rather, he did. From his second birthday until recently, hours of our days were consumed by Thomas, Henry and James et al. Railway tracks … Continue reading

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The rocks have eyes

There are still a couple of weeks left of the seal-watching season at Blakeney in north Norfolk. I took a trip out with Bishop’s Boats in early September, accompanied by my husband, mum and two dozen other tourists armed with … Continue reading

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Some weekends are enchanted: Norfolk

This is my mum Trish and me, with wind and spray in our hair at shingly Salthouse on the Norfolk coast. Sliding over the pebble banks to dip our toes in the waves, nudged forward by the North Sea wind, … Continue reading

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