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So I recently injured my back in a way which is not too serious (I hope) but it means I can’t really take any chances with it for a while either. Which means not really lifting anything and not camping … Continue reading
As some of you know, I’ve been testing airport terminals for years (and sometimes the patience of both airport staff and saints). Ever since the rather informal Heathrow Terminal Four testing phase in 1985/6 when anyone who worked at LHR … Continue reading
We are all familiar with that scourge of modern society which is the hoodie. We see them loitering around in small groups and immediately fear for our safety, our wallets and our supply of deliciously fresh-baked goods. Yes the modern … Continue reading
So Catherine’s birthday day out treat to Portsmouth of a fortnight ago, was too short. So we had to go back and do it again. Part one, HMS Alliance, a twin-engine diesel-electric long-range submarine build at the end of WWII for … Continue reading
Catherine and I took a spur-of-the-moment picnic to the top of Beacon Hill at Ivinghoe. Naturally we took a camera. Date : Thursday 13th October 2011 Place : Ivinghoe Beacon, Buckinghamshire With : Catherine#2