Choice Tales from the Vale – (295) Leona Long Stocking In his mind’s eye he saw Leona standing before him in her underwear,
Black cowled figures chased him over rocks and barren land. They would kill him for the thoughts in his mind, for the freedom of his actions. The religious authorities had found out and sent their assassins and soldiers out to have 'justice done'.
The General's friend Mireau takes Danella to the ballet when he is busy. She finds she enjoys his friendship more than she should and enters a relationship. Set in an alternative world which reflects our own in the past. This is Section 3 of this chapter.
Downshire is a relatively small English county but like a pocket battleship it packs a lot in, a short but beautiful coastline, a channel port, the Ancient forests of Dancingdean and Pepperstock, the craggy ridges and manmade lakes of the Pepperstock Hills National Park, the rolling hills of the Downshire Downs, the beautiful Finchbottom Vale and farm land as far as the eye can see from the Trotwood’s and the Grace’s in the south to the home of the Downshire Light infantry, Nettlefield, and their affluent neighbour’s, Roespring and Tipton in the north, but it’s in the Village of Great Trotwood where the participants of the tale live their lives.
The General's friend Mireau takes Danella to the ballet when he is busy. She finds she enjoys his friendship more than she should. Set in an alternative world, which reflects our own in the past.
The General cannot take Danella to the ballet because he is working, so his friend Mireau takes her. She enjoys his companionship. Set in an alternative world which reflects our own in the past.
Sharpington-by-Sea is a traditional seaside resort complete with a Victorian Pier, seafront hotels, crazy golf, the Palladium ballroom, well maintained gardens, promenade, theatre and illuminations, all the usual things to have a great time by the seaside, as well as Sharpington Fun Park which was the first purpose built amusement park to open in Britain, which had an assortment of rides, like the Rotor and the Wild Mouse, The Cyclone and the Morehouse Galloper, all very tame compared to 21st century roller coasters, but still fun.
David and Sharon had already had a couple of drinks in the Old Mill Inn when he suggested another, but she declined. “I’ll walk you home then” David said “Ok” she replied
But Colin Wild had the afternoon off, so he drove into Abbeyvale to do a bit of shopping, nothing major just toiletries and the like, and he got most of what he wanted at Harvey’s Pharmacy, and it was after leaving the shop when he bumped into an acquaintance coming out of a very expensive lingerie establishment.
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