Tony Grist (poliphilo) wrote,
Tony Grist

Rural Tranquility

I slept well- too well. the heaviness stretches out into the morning. I could get used to country living.

I was listening to the robin yesterday evening. How can such a small beastie make such a big noise?

I've brought my book of star maps down with me. I want to re-learn the night sky. I stepped out onto the lawn with it yesterday but the cloud cover was total.  The skies over Kent have a lot more light pollution than when I was a boy. Then you could see the Milky Way.

Tasks for this morning: Rake out mole hills, pick apples, make apple pie.

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