Monthly Archives: June 2013
We’ve had a new addition to our household this week; a West Highland White Terrier named Charlie. Gravee has managed to dodge writing anything for my blog until now, but I felt he’d be the perfect one to tell you … Continue reading
Tomorrow will be the longest day of the year here in the Northern Hemisphere. Last year I spent this special day with friends in Sweden, where it’s quite the celebration. Although it looks like tomorrow will be a gorgeous, sunny … Continue reading
In 1965, the ship on which Brynmor (Rich’s Dad) was working docked at San Francisco. When he got home to the UK, Brynmor promised his bride to be, Auriel (Rich’s Mum), that one day he’d take her there. I’m proud … Continue reading
We’ve spent the last couple of days in and around one of the United States’ most famous National Parks, located approximately 200 miles east of San Francisco. Who recognises it?
As I’m sure you all knew, the destination from my last post (thanks to Phyllis for her stealth-blog yesterday, by the way) was Alcatraz. We spent a fascinating few hours on the Rock, although in many ways I wonder why … Continue reading
Hi everyone, it’s Phyllis here. I hope you’ve been enjoying playing ‘Where’s Jaspa?’ over the last couple of weeks. I know Jaspa’s not planning on writing a blog today, so I thought I’d sneak in to tell you about a … Continue reading