Monthly Archives: May 2017

New leggings – up a tree!

I have been looking for some leggings. “Why?”, you may ask.  I can only say that I know I’m getting older, but I have lost a lot of weight, and I’m fairly proud of myself, and my shape.  So there. … Continue reading

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London trip and UEA reunion

UEA is the University of East Anglia, I was there between 1968 and 1971, amongst the first intake of undergraduates.  The school of Environmental Science was established the year before so this is its 50th anniversary.  Thus the 7 pm … Continue reading

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Another 25th wedding beer blog

This will be the last, but it is worthy of note.  Lots of lovely folk brought beers of interest and quality.  Some days after the event there were still some in the fridge.  And here they are: The cans from … Continue reading

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ARH 980B – Ford Cortina

The first car I remember my mother driving after being confined to a wheelchair was a Ford Cortina estate.  Some time ago I saw a not dissimilar one here in brighton, though admittedly two years younger – and it has … Continue reading

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Beer stories

A particular friend tends to pick up beer related things he thinks I might enjoy.  Recently he brought a handful of pump clips from a car boot sale.  I selected the four below as having some special meaning for me. … Continue reading

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