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RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1h ago

Toby at Six Months

And here is my other grandchild, Toby, at six months...The two cousins, Toby and Katie, met for the first time last week.
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1d ago

Katie aged 6 months

Ian and Helen brought Katie to visit on the day before she was six months old.  Six months!  I can hardly believe it...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 3W ago

Sefton Park - Part 2

Some more pictures from our visit to Sefton Park in March. The main lake is still known as the Boating Lake  even though it stopped being a venue for boating in the 1970s when the jetty and ...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 4W ago

Sefton Park, Liverpool

On Mother's Day (the British one) Partner-who-loves-tea suggested we have a trip over to Sefton Park to see if we could see the Kingfishers which had been there for a few weeks.  The weather...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 4W ago

Mr Mac

"Excuse me - do you have any spare food lying about, by any chance?""Pretty Please!"
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1M ago

Massive Wirral explosion

My brother, GB, often comments how fortunate he and I are not to have lived through a War.  (Technically, he did because he was born just  before the D Day landings of World War II though tw...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1M ago

Pretty in pink ??????

This is an extract from The Guardian's introduction to the cars and drivers of the 2017 F1 season which has begun this weekend with the Australian Grand Prix. I had to laugh and wonder if th...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1M ago

Guide to Drinking Tea

Found on the wall of the delightful Rosie Lea tearooms in Hoylake on the Wirral peninsula.  (Click to enlarge).
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1M ago

The Empire Inn Sign

At the corner of Hanover Street and Wood Street in Liverpool there is a pub called The Empire.  It has had that name since its reconstruction around 1914 prior to which it was the Dewdrop In...
RAMBLES FROM MY CHAIR · 1M ago

P C Keith Palmer

Keith Palmer, the unarmed policeman who was stabbed to death by a terrorist as he stood guard outside Parliament, has been described by Theresa May as "every inch a hero" whose "actions will...