Keep them coming!
Bob had a commission to draw some cartoons in Portugal. Wiro and Esther, a Dutch couple we had met sailing, run a stables in the Algarve and it promised to be an interesting break.
If there’s one word to describe this eighty-four year old seasoned traveller, it’s ‘plucky’. Aileen was our neighbour in Alvor, Portugal for six weeks…
Helen reads the first pages which start with the sudden and unexpected death of Linda, one of four women who have been friends for thirty years. The reader is already asking questions……
I lived for long time in nature all around the world and it’s the best way. Caravan is more luxury with a baby and traveling is more easy than being on one place.
It’s hard to describe my sailing years in a nutshell. I spent four months on an intensive course on the Isle of Wight, before crewing on a 72′ yacht across the Atlantic, After that, my husband Bob, and I, lived aboard a yacht for six years.
Feeding the Gods is a tribute to women brought up in the 1960s and 70s and their experiences in the decades of social change that followed.
Nathalie and Alex proved delightful and sociable neighbours. Their energy and enthusiasm for keeping fit left us standing.