Local residents take this opportunity to build an extension.
By morning the beer barrels are gone and this has now become an official police incident. At 10am St Peter’s hill is still a no-go area. In the Heights above we guess that those in yellow are paid to be there and have no cars to worry about; the others either have a problem
Eventually a row of beer barrels and a police constable protected Caversham Heights from the frustrated and foolhardy commuters intent on following their fellows to a night of fun and abandon on the side of St Peter’s Hill. Abandoned cars on the usually busy main road of St Peter’s Hill. Probably the last attempt
This fellow and many of his friends and relations are running around the hills of Northern Andalucia. We met more than a few on a two day trip to the Aracena national park area north of Seville. Jabugo is a name well-known in Spanish ham, and our stop-off at Alajar was just a few kilometers
The virtues of blogging and where to do it are subjects in themselves probably well covered by more knowledgeable than me. My blogging history is slight. But my small record of a trip to Bhutan and some snippets of life around Berkshire and the white squirrel disappeared earlier this year when an early adopter of