A lovely name for an Indian Tandoori Restaurant!
Don’t be fooled by appearances. The back was non existent on this beauty of a radio. It also does not work, but pretty it is with it’s non working magic eye tuner on the top left!
A rather cheeky print by Jack Vettriano, spotted by me through a very reflective window.
A lovely jazzy shirt in a shop window. Believe it or not in the 70s I used to wear shirts rather like this. They were called “Rave” shirts to my memory. I also had a pair of jeans from C&A with bells on the flares. They were called “Jingly Joes” or something like that.
Ken and Barbie have a special date in the window of a local jewellers.
At the other end of the scale, a lovely looking radio which probably is deaf to many frequencies, on sale in our local Thursday Market.
As a child I preferred to play Ludo, snakes and ladders is such a pointless game, just as soon as you climb a latter, you have to slide down a snake! Lovely old Ludo box here in a local charity store.
I wonder if you have met any remarkable trees recently! Please pop into your local Oxfam book store and snap this one up!
A rather lovely rabbit door top, loaded into our shopping trolley, on to a new life via a local charity shop!
A lovely sight that I can see on my walk to the shops – nature at it’s very best!
This is how to rich pass their time. In a pet shop window a device to fire a tennis ball for your dog to catch!
To conclude, a childhood memory. Pelham Puppets were all the rage in the 60’s. I cannot work out though why my parents bought me a fairy puppet for my birthday. Maybe they were cheaper?
A treat on the same theme from You Tube!