When I was a little boy, there was a place we knew as Joe’s Woods because of a First World War soldier who had made his home there. Some called him Joe the Navvy, as he had come to our village with a gang of men to create a slip road that would join two roads together. When the work had been completed he had nowhere to go, so he made his home in a disused mine’s powder shed in the local woods, hence the name of Joe’s Woods. His only companions were Peggy, his mongrel dog, and his friend who we knew as Whistling Jim, another solder of that war, and two young girls who were unafraid of Joe and Jim.
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