Martin Fone, aka Frimleyblogger, is a world-weary 66-year-old man who live happily with his wife in Frimley, Surrey and is now retired. He has a wide range of interests, from books, gin, the arts, history, music and all point in-between.

Windowthroughtime reflects his interests and what appeals to his quirky sense of humour.

The name Windowthroughtime has special associations for Martin, denoting a timeless perspective on all things.

Martin also writes books and contributes to Country Life Online  and Il Ridotto di Venezia. For more details of his work, visit his website by clicking the link below 



5 thoughts on “About”

  1. Hi there Frimleyblogger,
    I hope this message finds you well and thank you for your informative blog! I hope more retired baby-boomers get on-line to blog – your knowledge and memories are precious!
    I am trying to find out about the history of the site that Lakeside Primary School was built on as-well as new housing in the 1970s. Can anyone shed light on this? Many thanks in advance! 🙂

  2. Dear Sir Fone, I read an interesting article titled “Curious Questions: Why are not there any measures for smell and taste?” However, I would like to comment that there is a measure for smell, and a very active market around this concept.
    without going further, I am working in this sector (smell measurement).
    I kindly wanted to post this comment. If you have question, please contact lveracsc@gmail.com.

    1. Hi
      Thank you for stopping by and taking the time to comment. I did preface my remarks by saying at least in the vernacular but I trust that your work will generate a commonly accepted scale of values for smell and taste. It will be long overdue!

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