Making tracks

First, Jim tells how farmers used leftover war tanks on the farm. Next, he has a book on offer about life on the farm using sheepdogs. A good review of the book follows.

Jim Webster

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Not long ago, on the anniversary of D-Day, somebody drew my attention to a photo of one of the beaches. A couple of people were discussing it. I was brought into the conversation because in the photo was an armoured tractor, landed to help pull stuff up the beach, or just to get it out of the way.

As an aside, the mate who brought the picture to my attention and sort of provoked this blog was Will Macmillan Jones. If you enjoy space opera, then you’ll probably enjoy his Space Scout series.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Interstellar-Mercenary-Space-Scout-Macmillan/dp/1093343982

Now I was born not all that long after the Second World War. Not only that but I’ve lived all my life on farms and farmers are notorious at not throwing anything out. I remember we used to have a British Steel Helmet, of First World War vintage, which was used to keep nails and bolts…

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