||[Feb. 1st, 2013|01:11 pm]
I log our travels in an falling-to-pieces road atlas of the British isles. Any place we've been and I've taken photographs (that last bit is important) gets a circle drawn round it. Some pages are covered in circles, others empty. Before this last trip page 27 (East Yorkshire) was very sparcely marked up; now a host of fairy rings has sprouted overnight.|
The project is to get every page covered in rings. Some pages give satisfaction. Others irk. Pages 10 and 11 (Hampshire and West Sussex) are a particular source of grief. All those square miles of rolling downland and I've only got one place circled. (Netley Abbey as it happens.) Something needs to be done.