I am intrigued with the different reactions the project is generating. Having lived with it for nearly a year or more it seems an entirely reasonable thing to do. It is dawning on me, however, that I may be confirming beliefs about the eccentricity of the British.
Heartened by the concern echoed by several in Canada that I may be disappointed, Bexhill is sadly left wanting in Saskatchewan. What I see though is it’s history, the place is linked with the people who worked there, the stories they have and experience of the land. If a locality has a memory, I hope to discover what that might be. In truth I find this one of the most intriguing places I will visit. Potential links with Thomas Brassey only makes it more so.