A Visit From Doris

23 Feb

I’ve posted this little folly before but I think it’s worth another visit especially as the trees are in their Winter best. This was part of the old town hall pulled down to make way for the Guildhall. I’ve just noticed the three rusting crowns on the top; the symbol of Hull, the crowns not the rust; although ….
The weather forecasters have taken to giving storms names, a practice I believe that originated in the States with hurricanes and tropical storms. Well today Storm Doris is due to pay us a visit and rip up this little part of the world with heavy rain, snow in Scotland and high winds for us in Hull and hereabouts. But I’m sorry Doris just doesn’t cut it as a storm name, it lacks any menace. My first cat’s mother was called Doris, for heavens sake, and a sweeter cat you never did see. The only other Doris I can think of is Doris Day! Until tomorrow then, Doris permitting.
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One Response to “A Visit From Doris”

  1. William Kendall February 23, 2017 at 12:41 am #

    I like the look of this folly, particularly in this light.

    Doris is definitely not an intimidating name!

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