It’s taken me a while to post this, so some of you may know by now that we had to say goodbye to Lottie, our lovely Labrador, after a short illness.
We’re missing her all the time, but we know she had a good life and that’s some consolation. She was a special dog, always gentle and patient, and the house is far too quiet now that she’s not here. Lottie was a stoic up to the end. I’ll always remember her roaming the countryside, looking out over the fields and sniffing the air.
The quay in Exeter features in the Devonshire Mystery, Accomplice to Murder, both in the present day story and in the past via a cold case. These days it’s a jolly place to spend a Sunday afternoon, especially when there’s a jazz band playing and people dancing in the street. Mrs C and I had a relaxing afternoon strolling along and checking out the cafes and eclectic shops, and I hope you enjoy the photos.
Stone setts make up the road here, and you can see a building was probably once a warehouse – more on that below.