Here he is with one of the Dartmoor ponies he kept in his fields.One of the things he loved to collect was Torquay Pottery. He had hundreds of pieces. He was thrilled when he was made the National Co-odinator and even more thrilled when a plate was commissioned to celebrate this position. I was equally thrilled when I was given it to look after when he died.
But more is often less. I placed the pieces I love the most on the shelves and then wondered what to do with the three pieces I could not place. They have sat in a cardboard box for the last eight months and today they have jumped into poll position on the three a day challenge.
I have popped them on Ebay today and we shall see. I am so glad I have as they are too special to stay in a cardboard box!
How are you getting on with your three a day? Thank you so much for all your encouraging comments.