The Kingswood Gun Club met up for a drink (or two) at Canaletto’s. Happy time chatting.
I was up early to help load the traps for the League shoot, I also had to transport the batteries to the shoot. I immediately became stuck in the snow as I tried to get out of the garage. The … Continue reading →
Our annual Kingswood village Christmas dinner was again hosted by Ian and Julie. How they manage to quietly cater for 30 plus of us with no signs of stress is beyond me. It was a lovely evening out with the … Continue reading →
Our usual Kingswood firework display at George and Annie’s, with firework maestro, Ian. BBQ food cooked by Keith and Duncan & served by Karin & Charlotte. It was a lovely evening, no rain again, with a glimpse of the moon. … Continue reading →
My birthday was celebrated at Canaletto with Ian and Julie, and of course (well, she paid, too) Rosemary. Had a very good meal there, and a reasonable number of other people, considering it was a Tuesday evening, were also dining, … Continue reading →
Group of us from the village attacked the near derelict chapel, cutting the grass, cutting down the scrub, which was growing up. We must really find some thing, which can be done to the chapel before it falls down.
Sunday, back at home, so the lawn was cut for the first time this year. Yes life is so exciting. Evening we went around to John and Carol for an excellent supper, and came away with a camera bag for our up coming … Continue reading →
Well at least almost the correct day, one day early. We went to the Plough and Anchor for a meal. Very good meal. Lashed out on a bottle of Champagne, which I ordered while Rosemary was otherwise engaged. Rosemary thought the … Continue reading →
Kingswood was the host to the League shoot this Sunday. The League shoot seemed to be on a bit of a recovery, there were 97 entrants for the shoot. The shoot was on Pete’s land, and very compact because of … Continue reading →
Today was the fire lighting day at the Plough and Anchor. Traditionally the fire is lit on the 1st October every year. Jake lit the fire, where upon the bar and restaurant was filled with smoke. It took quite a … Continue reading →
Today has been a magnificent day. Clear blue skies all day, virtually not a cloud to be seen. It was interesting lying in the garden watching the thistle down being blown around at over 100 feet above ground. Sad me even got the … Continue reading →
Learnt today that George had had his delicious petrol sign from his Mazda garage stolen during the week. He explained that he had seen a similar sign in the West Country many years ago, and decided to place one on his garage. The sign … Continue reading →
This Friday was a relief from Thursday’s storms. Started off a wonderful day, never clouded over completely, but there were some very nice flat-bottomed cumulus clouds around. Popped out with John Curd, John Mitchell, and Tony Diggory for a lunch time … Continue reading →
Today was Selina and Grahams wedding. It was a lovely hot day, and she looked beautiful in her silver gothic dress and shoes. Selina and I arrived at the registry office in plenty of time, completed the formalities and entered the wedding … Continue reading →
This week Rosemary and I have been on holiday. This was the week to prepare for the wedding. Many of those small jobs, which I have been meaning to do, were done this week. Repainted the skirting boards on the stairs. They had … Continue reading →