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Posted in by Caspar Bowes
13 October 2009
A kune-kune pig at our local farm. The breed is considered maori and was very rare until it found a sponsor who bought as many as possible in New Zealand and started a breeding program. Beautiful they ain'tWe've been tasting/drinking more wines that have appeared on Bowes Wine offers in the past. It…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
29 September 2009
Daymer Bay, looking up the estuary towards PadstowThe road to Cornwall from north Wiltshire is paved with many things, not least some pretty ropy old tarmac. But it is also hemmed in by what seems to be dozens of National Trust properties and, being members of that venerable organisation, we decided…
The ghillie tails a hen salmonGoing to Scotland for a single day's fishing in the expectation of grassing a salmon is optimistic to say the least, so it was in anticipation of a good meal and some fine wines, as well as a session of casting practice on the River Tweed that I set out for London, ther…
Posted in by Caspar Bowes
16 September 2009
Isabella was fascinated by Victoria's tasting of a glass of chewy South American Tannat earlier this afternoon, so V dipped her finger into the glass and gave it to Isabella - aged 11 months - to suck. A moment of deep thought passed. Presumably she was trying to assess whether it was an Old World o…
Down river from Vauxhall BridgeWednesday morning found me in Pewsey station carpark in light rain. The queue for the ticket office (the machine tasked with dishing out prepaid tickets being, as ever, out of order) was long and lasted just long enough for me to get to the window as the train for Padd…
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