Father’s Day At the Tower

“It’s odd to think that the country’s most dangerous people are below our feet right now,” John said as he observed the wildflowers that were currently surrounding the iconic tower of London.​ “Yeah. You just wouldn’t have known if you didn’t know already,” Adele, John’s daughter, said.​ John had not visited the Tower, or LondonContinue reading “Father’s Day At the Tower”

An Australian in Greenwich

When they were growing up in the sandy deserts of Tooraweenah, Bruce Richardson and his friends never thought they’d one day meet each other in leafy Greenwich, looking out over the iconic view of the Queen’s House, the Old Royal Naval College behind it, and the modern skyscrapers of Canary Wharf towering over the wholeContinue reading “An Australian in Greenwich”