Days then weeks go by, and still I haven’t posted any updates….. sorry.  So here’s a very brief one.  Things are progressing on all fronts.  Slower than I’d have liked, but still, progressing.  Going through all my personal things, deciding what to keep, what to dispose of, it all takes time to do it thoroughly and with care.  But I’m getting there…. where-ever “there” is!

Changes happening to the van also.  Some cannot take place until January, but at least they are in the pipeline now.  Other small jobs done today and more on Sunday planned.  Once some basic refits are done, I want to do short trips to trial it and then adjust as necessary.

I’m beginning to dream of getting back into taking my photos again – so I can once more share with you the magic of the natural world and all its bounty.  🙂


A glimpse of my new direction :-)

Here’s a brief little teaser of some of which I’ve become involved in recently…….


I’ve belived for a long time that the Arts, and being Creative, is a way forward through the morass that humanity appears to have fallen into, to a place where individuality within community is to be celebrated and encouraged.

A chance meeting with a likeminded person almost a year ago is now giving form to that concept, although it’s still very early days and much is continuing to evolve.

So there’s a little Light on the subject for you 🙂


A brand new day…..and year.

Here’s the first sunrise of 2012, but one with a difference which I believe reflects what the year will hold in store.  A new way of viewing the world is being called for, and a need to really define what is important when the chips are down.  May we all show compassion, strive for justice, and act with courage and determination in this year of 2012. ♥

Fred has something to say

It’s not really a case of “the cat’s got my tongue”, more that the “dog’s got my tongue”.

My terrier Fred has begun his own blog, talking about his travels in this new location.  Perhaps you’ll like to read about it – Travels with Fred  I’ll still continue to write here – that is, when I’m not driving him about the countryside!