Haiku for a green summer

Cow Parsley grown tall Scent of roadside wild garlic Drowned Spring yields lush greens …at least, this has certainly been the case here in Northumberland. Here, an incredibly wet April and May have finally given way to a gloriously hot and sunny June. Both the cultivated and wild plant life have all responded well. IContinue reading “Haiku for a green summer”

A year of books (July – September)

It’s hard to believe that we’re in the final three months of the year. What a year it’s been! I’m sure no one could have reliably predicted the majority of changes which most of us have had to undergo, hopefully on a temporary basis, because of this pandemic. I hoped that it might offer moreContinue reading “A year of books (July – September)”