The Bluebell Line & The Killing of Cecil.






Mobi is back, folks.

I won’t bother to apologise for last week’s non-appearance, as by now I guess it is pretty obvious that my blog has become two-weekly affair, at least for the time being. Certainly this will continue until my latest novel is done, dusted and published.

What has been going on in the world of Mobi over the last fortnight?

For starters, I’m pleased to report that the temperature and humidity out by the lake have dropped considerably and we’ve actually had a few thunderstorms. In fact, over the past week or so, we’ve seen very little sun and for most of the time the weather has been overcast, with dense cloud.

But the level of water in the lake is still very low and we are still getting more ‘promises’ of rain than rain actually delivered. The weather apps on our phones tell us every day that the chances of rain are between 80 – 100%, but very rarely do these predictions turn into meaningful amounts of rain.

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Mobi’s Pics – UK 2015 (2)

Here is the second batch of photos that I took on my recent trip to the UK.

These were taken on the Bluebell Railway line in East Sussex. The Bluebell line was the first of many preserved railway lines in the UK and was started in 1959 by a small group of enthusiasts. They now have 30 operational steam engines, 4 railway stations and eleven miles of railway track.

If you are down that way, you can take in Sheffield Park, (featured in my last blog), and the Bluebell line in one day, as I did, as they are very close to each other.

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