Of course it is not she had aspirations of becoming a Vet and it was a phase in her life which we both enjoyed ... regret it would be ungentlemanly to reveal a lady's age ... and in the world of 0's and 1's no chance .You say that like it's a bad thing.
How old is she now?
Treasure the moments ... In years to come I am sure she will have lovely memories of her childhood ... as does my daughter who at that age used to go out with me in all weathers .... oddly she had a penchant for collecting sheep skulls .
Are the 'tank traps' solid concrete and just faced with stone?And when things go wrong - Pont ar Daf river defences, for some odd reason the camera fogged up and developed a purple tinge to everything which I only noticed after I got home......bugger
Anyway, here's the salvaged photos, the rest were binned
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That’s what I wondered about with the ‘rubble’ ones. Quite labour intensive. But I suppose a few platoons with nothing else to do would get it done quite quickly.
That a supply shortage - it really is the arse end of nowhere, even more so back then. They have the same sort of blocks on the Talybont Reservoir, presumably because that part of Wales had a load of rocks to hand, but the remote areas lacked a ready supply of concreteThat’s what I wondered about with the ‘rubble’ ones. Quite labour intensive. But I suppose a few platoons with nothing else to do would get it done quite quickly.