Monthly Archives: August 2016


Green Haughmond Hill



London, the sun was shining, while Shropshire flooded. Of my many visits to London none have been during the summer. So there were a few things to be seen this one day, however all needed […]


Corsica Hills

  Corsica, where time stands still, at least for a while. Where the sun does shine and the sea soothes the soul. Where the mountainous landscape entices you to go forth, to explore, to experience […]


Bridgnorth, Woodbridge, Harper Adams University

The quaint village crossing the River Severn, Bridgenorth, the place Hitler once wished to occupy and use as his personal headquarters.   It is also the place of the steepest and shortest funicular railway making easy […]