Over the last thirty years, planting trees has been an important part of my life. I have planted family trees..
I started my father on his genealogical journey and I have been sharing information I have learned with various relatives, both distant and not so distant.
Having begun my own family tree research as a distraction, I then passed it on to my father. I had a break whilst raising small children, during which time my father’s research(unbeknownst to me) had taken off. I picked it up again some time after his death. by which time we were well and truly in the age of the internet and genealogical research had entered a whole new era.
I share what I learn and it has been my privilege to help kick start a few others on their genealogical adventures. (if you need help or guidance kick starting your own genealogical adventure, please do not hesitate to contact me for ideas.)
Every crag and gnarled tree has its own strange and graceful legend attached to it.