Monthly Archives: December 2011

A sign for today

I think it was Steve who mentioned a sign he either saw or imagined whilst we were away recently.  I noted the content at the time, and have now tried to create it for your pleasure: Advertisements

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Two foxes in the back garden 28th December 12.30pm

Although I saw two together the older one moved away quickly, leaving this young one to explore.

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A great sunrise too – 30th December 2011

Jackie took this one from the top floor yesterday.

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Stunning sunset

One evening last week – perhaps the 23rd December – Jackie phoned me from Waitrose to say there is a great sunset.  I looked out of the Velux window and took this picture.  That’s St Peters Church on the horizon.

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Eight mile walk to Castle Hill National Nature reserve

Yesterday, the 20th December, was bright and sunny so we set out for Rottingdean by bus along the coast.  By 10.20am we were looking for the footpath onto the hills and out of the village. Passing Balsdean Pumping station we … Continue reading

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Uncaged Monkeys at the Dome, Brighton

A great and long evening hosted by Robin Ince. He told us that before the radio show ‘The infinite monkey cage’ was recorded complaints started to reach the BBC.  One read ‘Well done – once again Radio Four celebrates vivisection’.  His … Continue reading

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Three Bonzos and a Piano – 3rd December 2011

Six of us off to see what’s left of the Bonzo Dog Band perform with Brighton pianist, Dave Glasson, and a guitarist whose name I never got.  Their website announces ‘never knowingly over-rehearsed’, and I can confirm that – but still a … Continue reading

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