5 thoughts on “Bits ‘n Bobs

  1. Spouse’s Welsh Mum used to make bara brith—it was to die for.
    Great shot of the street, and the poise/posture of the wee lassie watching cricket makes an old dog’s heart flutter~!
    That aircraft, semi-stealthy? Good captures, indeed.

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    1. Thank you ,Mak.

      It means the same as “odds and ends”, which means “bits and pieces, remnants, leftovers”. A “bit” was a coin (three-penny bit) and a “bob” was a shilling or twelve pence.

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