Saturday, 30 April 2011

Bluebell Wood at Stratton Strawless

This day members of the Ragged Society of Antiquarian Ramblers enjoyed the hospitality of a lovely lady who, every year, is kind enough to open up her private beautiful bluebell woods for people to enjoy - and, in so doing, to raise funds for the local church at Stratton Strawless. Here are some photographs from the day...

~ Munro Tweeder-Harris, Esq. ~


  1. Lovely. I also see that you are the proud owner of a shiney iMac too, Rambler!

  2. Thank you very much for your appreciation Mr Tom Stephenson. Many of our number are Apple heads, and own iMacs and iPhones - and even iPads too. Aunty Gary, however, resists all attempts to use space shrinking technologies and prefers, instead, the pad and self-propelling pencil.


  3. Major S G Hodgeforth (Retired)2 May 2011 at 14:12

    Darned disappointed to have missed this year's Blues outing, always a splendid affair. Had to spend the day on safe flask-handling with the cadets, went well, only two major incidents and one vehicle fire. Remember seeing some fine wildlife last time, and the cake simply topper. Don't 'spose anybody came across bric-brac to suit my particular collection..?

  4. I am thinking of changing my name to 'iMany-Coat', such is my love for all things i. My iphone whispers to me in my dreams and tells me secret things that no one else knows....

    On another note some of us are currently developing the iphone flashlight app into a rudimentary morse code device so that we might notify each other of unique discoveries and other interesting stuff whilst rambling on a large site.

  5. Ignore him. He's talking rubbish. Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha. Ha Ha Haaaaaaaaaa