Another one of our favourite places in Dorset is Tyneham Village (which was evacuated during the Second World War and taken over by the army - it is quite a sad story...), with the beautiful Worbarrow Bay just a few minutes' walk away, and access to the wonderful range walks all around.
It was a little bit too busy for my taste yesterday (Dorset seems to still be unusually busy for this time of year in a pandemic) but we still managed to enjoy the breath-taking views from Flower's Barrow.
I need to get out in the countryside more than ever as the future looks increasingly uncertain.
I will not hit my deadline of 31st December for the completion of Draft 1 of The Right Place, unfortunately, as I've had to re-adjust to the "new reality", and once again have to consider getting a "long-term" job, which is not ideal - but this virus and the looming shadow of Brexit have massively undermined our plans.
I am still waiting to know what the state of play will be in January/February before I commit to the Arcane Online Bookshop.
So it's really a game of wait and see (and try not to despair!).
I think therefore I write.
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