This is one of the retrospective write-ups that will require some thought on my part as I am writing it two months hence. The genesis of the story begins on the 2017 Badger Moot. As regular readers know, one of our favourite haunts while in that corner of Dorset is Lyme Regis. In Lyme Regis there is a gallery that sells paintings by Lucinda’s favourite contemporary artists: Lucy Young. Lucy Young’s muse is Lyme Bay and in particular scenes on Lyme Regis beach and the Cob. Every year we enter the gallery and Lucinda gazes upon the paintings trying to convince herself to buy one. There have, in the past, been many that she has liked but none that have inspired her to part with her hard-earned money.
Usually, the gap between part one and part two of holiday write-ups is not that big as I recall the events of the previous week or so, but as is rapidly becoming the norm this year, the gap between these write ups has widened remarkably. Therefore, if you have completely forgotten what we did in part one (I know I have!), or indeed where we were as that write-up ended, please click here and read part one (as I had to before writing the following). Read more →