The Daylesford Decision – A holiday for Fiona.

We got in the car and drove off to find our Industrial Hemp seeds. We left St-Malo and headed south. About fifteen km we turned left onto the N176 and then another fifteen there is a small town called Dol-de-Bretagne. Here we turn right again and we were heading for Fougeres fifty km away. My new fangled GPS what’s-it said it would take about 50 … Continue reading The Daylesford Decision – A holiday for Fiona.

The Daylesford Decision – Leicester to St-Malo

“Could you buy me another whisky and I’ll tell you……………” We talked for another hour and I went into as much detail as I could. There were some things I hadn’t worked out yet but I was pretty close to a final plan of attack. The next day I went up to Leicester to see Fiona. She was doing her Masters in Contemporary Sociology and … Continue reading The Daylesford Decision – Leicester to St-Malo

Black Swan

Although the Australian Black Swan (Cygnus atratus) is not as large or heavy as the northern hemisphere White swans, it is still a very large bird. And their babies (cygnets) are as big as large ducks by the time they are a few weeks old. Over on a grassed area another couple is teaching their babies to eat their vegetables. These fellows are about ten … Continue reading Black Swan

The Daylesford Decision – Setting up the beagle.

“So here is the plan, Ken……………………. “I suggest that we get some marijuana seeds and have them placed in the luggage of Bert and his mate whom I have decided to call Ernie because they are both muppets. “I will attempt to give the seeds to the two muppets openly and ‘honestly’. “To make sure that they are stopped at a customs point it will … Continue reading The Daylesford Decision – Setting up the beagle.