Monday, June 19, 2017

Hot And Cold And All Over The Place

Scanned Found Print - "Dumere Bay, August 1926" : Three Unknown People - Three Unknown Hats

It's hot. Summer has been going on for three days now and already it is too long. I miss the raw wind sweeping down from the tops, the grey drizzle, the clinging clouds. It is too hot to think.

I still have a cold. It seems to have been going on longer than Brexit, longer than history. It has infected parts of me that other colds have never infected. It originated, I suspect, in a laboratory in  North Korea.

For the next couple of weeks we are going to be all over the place. Here, there and on the Welsh border. I will try and post the occasional picture, either on here or on Facebook. But, if not, no News From Nowhere is good News From Nowhere.


  1. As always you make me smile. And yes, I agree about this long summer! Enjoy your time away.

  2. Your three figures look as though they're sharing a joke. Perhaps they were pleased to know they'd be long gone before the world returned to being completely nuts. Hope your cold gets better, soon. Enjoy your travels.


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