John Stoa is looking at the gardeners weather this week.
House & Home
THE COURIER’S Saturday ‘Menu’ supplement is proudly the Scottish Newspaper Supplement of the Year. It is not the first Dundee ‘menu’ to make waves, however.
A few steps takes me above the bustle of the road and to the front door of 23 Marshall Place.
If you’re unsure why your waistline is increasing, it could be worth looking within your own four walls...
John is branching out into the world of flowering trees this week
The Vincent Black Shadow is the default best-of-British motorbike for many enthusiasts.
Knitting during both the First and Second World Wars was vital for the wellbeing of troops. Whether it was socks, hats, mittens or scarves, handmade gifts meant a lot more than warmth, they truly improved the happiness of soldiers. But did these home comforts just improve morale or was there more to it? Some items are known to have included unique codes that – if put in the right hands – would end the war for good. What was really happening behind those needles?
A private lane cuts off the main road towards Glenshee. It creeps uphill for perhaps quarter of a mile before depositing me on the driveway of Hilltown of Mause.
We may be in mid-winter and as it’s a wee bit cold outdoors, and the first snow-flakes have arrived, so better to do some indoor gardening.
Marlee Loch is an all-year-round over 50s Residential Park situated on the banks of Marlee Loch which also offers a stream and wooded area, providing an idyllic setting for your new home.