Post by Don Ricardo on Oct 22, 2011 18:34:04 GMT 10
It looks like a lovely book, and the water colours look exquisite. It speaks of a slower, more relaxed time.
Good to hear you've managed to get a copy.
The (re-)publisher contacted the forum looking for a Car Cruiser caravan like the one the author used on his holiday a while back here, and I think Cobber may also have mentioned it when it became available...maybe...
Post by BluetangJo on Oct 22, 2011 20:06:35 GMT 10
Hi Don, thanks for that info, I did look to see if the book was mentioned on the forum, but I missed that link I did a bit of research on Len Smith & he was a remarkable man, going into no man's land in WWI & doing drawings of enemy placements among other things. I especially like the story of the tree stump . Check this out www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/oct/08/firstworldwar.heritage
Cobber, I resisted...............for about 5min It is a treasure though
Mother's gone a' roving & we don't know where she are.....