Leaving the Garden of England

Last night in the land where badgers, foxes and pheasants roam freely. Driving through the country lanes at night, surrounded by high hedges and trees in very narrow roads you encounter every type of animaol you could imagine. Rabbits rush straight at the headlights, deers vanish rapidly in the hedgegrow and baby foxes dilly dally undecisively. You risk becoming the next Serial Killer. During the day it’s cows, horses and sheep. Anyways. I am getting ready to get back. I”ll have to shave off my holiday moustache but I’ll keep the rare English tan. It’s been great. Tomorrow we drive back to Luxembourg… looks like its good weather there too… hope it stays that way.

Good night and see you in Lux.


2 responses to “Leaving the Garden of England

  1. Cool pic 🙂

  2. Richard Bernard

    this post’s accompanying caricature is bertu’s best work to date.. 🙂

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