We arrived at Buttsbury just as Evensong began, there the church yard is also missing stones, but we don't know why.
We did not find any of the names we were looking for - this time on Jo's side of the family.
That was Sunday afternoon, a lovely day for wandering in the countryside, and the churches provided some lovely views, if not the right grave stones.
Jam is not like stone, but I promised here, that I would talk about the jam. At the alternative Christmas Fayre we bought a pot of Elderberry Jelly from the Mum and Me Jam Company. It's been in the cupboard a while, as is the way with jam in our house. Jelly, well yes, I suppose, but the jelly has the consistency of the jelly you have at children's parties. It is quite difficult to spread, however rather that than the commercial version of some "jellies", which turn to liquid at the first slice. The taste is very good and that's what really counts.
Now that the Projection project is finished at Church, I can get on with my own migration to Windows 7. Migration is slow, but is happening - you can see the updates here.