another from the old Ollies. It’s on my old camera too, which would have put him at about three-and-a-half.
Lovely to see Ollie again. As you are trawling through the old photos, is there any chance we could have another look at the original banner shot, that great one where he is looking straight into the camera and Dylan is behind him? I used to love that photo and then it suddenly vanished!
A big welcome to Charlotte Rose (lovely name).
Consider it done, but didn’t the old one have Oliie’s ears in it?
EDIT: okay, fixed for ears.
Hello! im portuguese and i read your book is so nice, a wonderful story!
i read walking ollie
Alo Raquel! Nice of you to stop by and say so.
Boa sorte, Stephen
Raquel probably got it off a car boot. It may be the one I gave to my friends in Portugal. If it’s a signed copy, Raquel, that’s the one. 😉 Keep your eye open for the sequel, ‘Along Came Dylan’. That’s over there, too.
Boa noite. XXX
You fule. 🙂
It should be Ola.
Or alternatively she might of* read Querido Ollie brand new ;–)
I love this picture. It perfectly illustrates the quote from a woman I met one day in the park: ‘You could hang your washing out on that tail’. The boy is badly missed.
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