My inability to deal with modern life is not always a good thing. Turns out I won BBC Wildlife Magazine’s Blogger of the Week back in February. I have only just found out on Twitter. A belated thank you to BBC Wildlife Mag. Clearly I spend too much time On the Marshes instead of on social media.
Gus and I set out to walk across the Hoo Peninsula in Episode 5 following the trail of William Hogarth and friend’s peregrination. We slip slide across Upnor beach before I offer to whip Gus with some nettles!
Jack in the Green was awoken this morning on Bluebell Hill in Kent surrounded by a swathe of Morris Dancers. Photos MLP
The last part of my travelogue across North Kent following in the footsteps of William Hogarth and pals is published this week on Longshore Drift and I am soon to feature on Sky Arts, Tate Britain Great British Walks series walking part of the route with presenter Gus Casley-Hayford but if you would like a copy of the book there is only one place to get it and that is from Medway Swale Estuary Partnership.
If you would like one, please send a cheque made payable to Medway Council (with MSEP account on the reverse) for £6 (inc p&p) to the following address: 3 Lock Cottages, Lock Lane, Sandling, Maidstone, Kent ME14 3AU.
Recently published daughter “What do you think of my book Dad?”
Dad “There’s a lot of mud in it.”
Thanks to the Bluewater branch of Waterstones for putting my book right at the entrance to the store.
First siting this year of my favourite butterfly, a small copper, flying today on Horsham Marshes, Kent.