Monthly Archives: December 2012

Thank you to all helpers

Yesterday I had a terrible two hours with an upgrade on WordPress. My brother, Fred and Steve all came to my aid, and I can now insert pictures, but its slower than before the ‘improvement’. Thank you for the help. … Continue reading

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Home improvements – extra glazing on Utility room window

A few weeks ago friends brought us a selection of double glazed units removed from their home as part of an upgrade.  The idea was to use them in coldframes on the allotment.  But staring at them one afternoon I … Continue reading

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Double-glazing reflected images

In the past I had briefly wondered how the bright crosses were created when sunlight reflects off double glazed windows onto nearby surfaces.  But only very briefly.  Not so the author of an article in the December issue of the … Continue reading

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A bright and frosty walk

November 30th was bright and dry so the intrepid three set off to walk from East Dean to Eastbourne along the cliff top.  Last time we tried it rained so hard that we were soaked through to our underwear, largely … Continue reading

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Wasting time with WordPress updates – HELP needed

If any reader can help me I’d be grateful. When I compose a new post and try to insert a picture I cannot do it. The approach has changed, I am taken to a media file full of all the … Continue reading

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