24 October 2014
24th October 1944: coming up roses
24 Tues. Rather cold, dull. From 1.5 a.m. to 1.11 a.m. one distant in S. Cycled to N. Cheam in morning to buy cats’ meat. More work repairing hall cabinet only needs a top now. Warning from 7.45 to 8.2 p.m. one very distant in E. The flying bomb that passed to SW last night came down in Ashtead Woods. Two lovely, deep, orange-pink roses on Climbing Mme Edouard Herriot rose and a beautiful white one on Marcia Stanhope.
Posted by Tony