Thursday, 1 March 2012
Recollections of Inspiration: A Tribute to Tony Blackman
The dirt road was so rutted that all three of us kids soon became horribly car sick, and Mom and Dad repeatedly checked the map against the directions in the advert. We were close to giving up and turning around when, at last, we came over a rise, and there it was: a recreated Bronze Age village, consisting of two thatched round houses, a loom, a flint-napping area and a potter’s stone.
The day was nearly over, but there was still so much to see. Tony remarked that you always have to leave something undone, because it gives you a reason to come back.