Ponies and Caravans

Bob and Phyllis Russell go to stay with their uncle, a vet who lives near Bunts. They sleep in a caravan a grateful patient left in their uncle’s garden.

Publishing history
Country Life, London, 1941 (with Eva Ducat)

Bob and Phyllis Russell go to stay with their uncle, a vet who lives near Bunts. They sleep in a caravan a grateful patient left in their uncle’s garden. At nearby Bunts, Miss Fairfax and her sister Miss Margaret learn that all of Sir Thomas Whishaw’s stud of Dartmoor ponies is to be sold – the best Dartmoors inEngland, and what they’ve wanted all their lives. Neither can leave their farms, so Jenefer and Diana and John take a caravan, and the Russells and their caravan, and go to the sale.

Bunts
The Ponies of Bunts, 1933
Sea Ponies, 1935
Ponies and Caravans, 1941

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marjorie Mary Oliver & Eva Ducat