A lot of mouthing off by Ron until Tom gets to tell his very interesting family tale. Loved Ron's reaction to the Alsation and the 'orse (well written up), I;m still smiling. Wonderful write,
I can see this coming true for me and mine...this place has memories
But we've moved more than they have ...this is a tender poem speaking of love work and a life well lived but nearing its end...two people entwined
Rating of the book chapter Hitler's Gang
by Ada Jewell
Chapter 6 of the book Where There is no War
A nicely written story of huge historical value, i love it and hope to read more.
My Dad had a crash on a moped and lost his lung so i can understand some of those feelings, although he got about and continued to work.
Had to give you six of the best but just checking as i could be wrong, see below
Kind Regards Colin X
Is this correct
As he knew how to handle the horses ,[as i had never seen]
Great conversation between Tom and Derwen and a scene easy to imagine, the trees, the moonlight and to young people, with interest in each other piqued. The rolling of the rrr's reminds me of my year 2 teacher trying to get me to do that. I couldn't then and still can't and, funnily, have always remembered her because of it.
Enjoyed this chapter Jim,