the dog on the beach, which in the case of Norfolk means
access to miles of unspoilt sandy beaches, cliffs and, usually,
more wildlife than people.
eclecltic mix of music- from Dylan to Mahler to La Bottine
Souriante to the Peatbog Faeries - it would probably be
simpler to state what I don't like. Live music in almost
any surroundings, from concert halls to village halls to
forests but particularly festivals like the Cambridge Folk
festival where the wide range of acts, both arranged and
spontaneous, and the atmosphere are far more exhilarating
than the perhaps cunningly titled festival indicates. Listening
to tenor sax and bagpipes, though not necessarily at the
from Balsac to Kerouac. My old MGB, which is part of the
family. Writing short stories and fiction when time allows.
Yoga as often as possible.
from grooming to mucking out to riding through peaceful
countryside with wonderful views and an affinity with nature.
Travelling, but particularly holidaying in Brittany, eating
crepes and going to Fest Noz to see and hear the Bagads
the dog to the pub! Preferably an old fashioned country
one even if that does entail a longer walk - anyway, my
excuse is that the dog, who is a very gregarious being,
enjoys it and the exercise is good for him.