This autobiography seizes the past seventy years by the
scruff of the neck and nostalgically frolics down memory
lane in South Africa, Rhodesia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique,
and England. Plentifully laced with humour, possessing a warmth
of love for humanity, spiced with a wide ranging set of anecdotes, it
encompasses the free range days of living in southern Africa. Whilst
fi lled with the nuances and aromas of that continent, it expresses
the joy of life and a ceaseless zest for living, set against an ever
changing, diverse backdrop of the military, education, and retail.
It dwells within a wide panorama of loving family and friends, and
it touches on spirituality, philosophy, history, theatre, and travel
whilst off ering several messages to its readers. It resonates with the
assorted emotions that make humans so fascinating. Th is story
line compels one to recall past experiences, both happy and sad
memories, and above all, it off ers a beacon of steadfast hope.