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Picture Gallery - Spring 2013
York, Plymouth, Portsmouth & Cornwall
My Audi gets snug and warm to survive the UK summer without me! On the station at Havant on my way to Heathrow Flying out from London Heathrow Terminal 5 on Tuesday 15th May 2013. The end of another short spell in UK Toblerone at Heathrow Airport - I would love to have bought some, but the affect on my waistline would have been devastating! My trusty Audi A4 on the Fowey River ferry Fowey Parish Church is dedicated to St. Finn Barr and was originally built in 1150. However only a small part of the original still exists, the building having been destroyed by pirates and the French during its history. Much of the present church dates f The main street in Fowey dates back to the year 1230 Myself at Fowey in Cornwall Fishing boat alongside at Looe Staple diet for locals and tourists alike - the Cornish Pasty The popular tourist destination and small fishing port of Looe in Cornwall Inside St Cuby at Duloe The parish church of St Cuby, at Duloe in Cornwall Fore Street in Liskeard, Cornwall Leaning house in Launceston Launceston Castle in Devon Jane with her trusty friend Digby With my friends Jane and Jonny at their farm at Bridgerule, north Devon. Perfect hosts for my short stay with them. Jonny took me to the cattle market to see some of his cows auctioned. A new experience for me. My host Jane, with her mother and father, Cherry and Robert This is my friend Digby, who is in charge at the farm at Bridgerule in north Devon, where I am staying with my friends Jane and Jonny Stunning scene in this quiet part of Cornwall Beautiful scene close to Falmouth in the county of Cornwall Truro Cathedral. Spectacular sight in the centre of Cornwall's county city. Inside Truro Cathedral in Cornwall. There was a service in progress during my visit, but unfortunately although there was a full choir of about 25, the congregation was only 13! The Royal Garrison Church was constructed about 1212 as part of a hospital complex. Although the nave was badly damaged in a 1941 fire-bomb raid on Portsmouth, the chancel remains roofed and furnished. Pimms! Southsea Common. Southsea is on Portsea Island on the south coast of England. It is all part of the City of Portsmouth. Spinnaker Tower in Portsmouth Spice Island in Old Portsmouth Locals soak up the sun Lord Nelson overlooks the festivities Famous Portsmouth Greengrocer Southsea's Castle Green on a sunny Bank Holiday Monday Canoe Lake in Southsea The Holy Trinity Church at Bosham, dating from late in the 10th century King Canute's daughter was buried in the Holy Trinity Church at Bosham in 1020 A vintage Austin Seven Port Solent. A great pace to visit and live "The Lively Lady" pictured at Port Solent. She was sailed around the world 1967 - 1968 by the late Portsmouth greengrocer Sir Alec Rose Oyster Quay at Port Solent. This is where I own an apartment Dog racing on Southsea Common Tulips with Southsea Castle in the background Southsea market stalls The centre of Alsager, a small town in Cheshire Max at the family reunion in York My son Ian's partner Kate, with Max York street Tony by York Minster Famous resident of York My gorgeous ex wife Sue joined me in York Local residents of York York Minster Emsworth rests on the shores of Chichester Harbour, an area of outstanding natural beauty. And yesterday this was the view as the tide ebbed and the sea mist rolled in. The beautiful centre of Emsworth village was only 5 minutes walk from my home. Emsworth on the south coast of England was my home for 16 years. It was nice to wander the village and walk around the Mill Pond again. My son Ian's partner Kate, with Max Jane with her trusty friend Digby My gorgeous ex wife Sue joined me in York