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  • Whilst Bookhound is falling asleep in the sun, this the most reliable of all harbingers.

    A host of harbingers

  • Whilst Bookhound is falling asleep in the sun, this the most reliable of all harbingers.

    47 entries from February 2008

  • Whilst Bookhound is falling asleep in the sun, this the most reliable of all harbingers.

    A host of harbingers

  • Last Saturday morning and Bookhound is out for the day helping the Gamekeeper do what the Gamekeeper does.

    Saturday on a Thursday and my old friend Gwen.

  • Bookhound is the master of the correctly built garden dwelling and I think you'd be hard-pressed to find a woodshed in a finer location.

    The Woodshed

  • Bookhound is staying behind as he has fishing on the Tay to prepare for; flying and the idea of sitting still and floating around for a week or so in very hot weather being his idea of purgatory.

    Happy Father's Day

  • Bookhound is staying behind as he has fishing on the Tay to prepare for; flying and the idea of sitting still and floating around for a week or so in very hot weather being his idea of purgatory.

    Happy Father's Day

  • Today we're quite excited because Bookhound is waiting at Heathrow with fleecy blankets and woolly socks to receive Offspringette arriving back from the Boardfree Oz challenge.

    52 entries from February 2007

  • Purpose of the day was to end up at Hall for Cornwall in Truro wearing our 1970's bling, tank tops and old folkie sandals, for a concert with that old troubadour himself Ralph McTell in the evening, but Bookhound is a great one for doing at least four things on the way to anywhere.

    54 entries from April 2007

  • Last Saturday morning and Bookhound is out for the day helping the Gamekeeper do what the Gamekeeper does.

    Saturday on a Thursday and my old friend Gwen.

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