Mornington-By-Mere – (62) The Skyping Soldier (Part 02)

David was enthralled by her display and couldn’t take his eyes off of her. After five minutes of watching the sexy little soldier she smiled broadly and rushed over to the laptop.

Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (63) A Solicitor’s Dilemma

Pangbourne, Parker and Knowles were the firm of Shallowfield Solicitors handling Neil Kuschel’s divorce and it was during a meeting with Linda Baxter that they first made a “connection”. And during the meeting an invitation was extended for him to return to the office that evening when they made another a further connection when they acted on their mutual attraction.

Mornington-By-Mere – (62) The Skyping Soldier (Part 01)

In the quaint chocolate box English Village of Mornington-By-Mere, which was the beating heart of the Finchbottom Vale, stood the Old Mill Inn which was the beating heart of the village, and Twenty year old plumber, David Cooper, sat in the pub drowning his sorrows because he was missing his girlfriend Sharon Taylor.

Downshire Diary – (62) House Warming (Part 02)

However as perfect as that solution was it didn’t solve the problem of where they should set up home. Samantha was from Tipton in the north of the county but when she fell in love with Neil she also fell in love with the Finchbottom Vale so they considered buying a house in the area and they almost bought one in Forestdean but it fell through at the last minute.

Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (62) Anna Bella (Part 02)

The morning after Anna had successfully lured James to the clearing in the Dancingdean Forest and they shared an extended period of kissing he rose late and was trying to figure out when he would get to kiss her again.

Downshire Diary – (62) House Warming (Part 01)

Neil Etherington was an average man approaching his thirtieth birthday not that he was a bad looking man, he wasn’t, but he wasn’t stunning, sexy or buff, he was strictly middling but his girlfriend

Snippets of Downshire Life – Elementary My Dear Leo

The Pepperstock Hills National Park stretched from the bare, and often barren crags of Oxley Ridge in the North, to the dense wooded southern slopes on the fringe of the Finchbottom Vale and from Quarry Hill, and the Pits in the West to Pepperstock Bay in the East.“I got your address from Clarion Cars” she replied

Those Memories Made on Teardrop Lake – (62) Anna Bella (Part 01)

James Ruddock was a 25 year old singleton and was what they used to call a twitcher, although nowadays they prefer to be called birders and he was staying at the Shallowfield Lodge Hotel at the head of Teardrop Lake.


I was retired and played quite a lot of Golf