K is for Knowledge and Know How or Knouse - is that spelt right -probably not! but we will take a chance on it.
K is for Kites and their Kaleidoscope of colours
What about the red Kite- a special bird - look at this magnificent carving seen at a red Kite feeding station in North Wales
K is for this Kenworth lorry seen at the Malvern Autumn Show this last weekend - what a Knockout -
Click on the pics to read all about this fabulous motor
K is for Knossos and a visit to this ancient site and museum - a family memory - my grand daughter then seven and now nineteen - said in a loud voice echoing round - to the amusement of many - " Is that real blood on that dagger nan?" - Ah !! memories eh - right I am off to put the Kettle on - will you join me for a cup of tea ?