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... sending the Euro down the Suwannee and causing merry mayhem in the Financial Markets. A week earlier the commodity markets took a dive as Chinese Hedge Funds (I'd never heard of any before) decided to flog the back off the Copper Futures Market. All good fun and it got me harking back to the time when I masqueraded as a Futures Trader in the dying days of the Last Great British Colony of the East - Hong Kong. For those with a long memory, this was the time of ...
It's Sunday, and the day before I fly off to Thailand. What better than to go for afternoon tea with Aunty Nancy! She has led a very adventurous life and instilled in me a fascination with travel. I remember the tin trunks arriving at our house from far flung places when she returned, and my first sorties into the atlas were accompanied by my mother reading from the air letters of her intrepid younger sister. She loves to pull out a traveller's tale ...
... of the Boxing Day hunt. It is quite a tradition in England and there are very strong opinions for and against the hunt. There were police on patrol to ensure there was no trouble. After the hunt we went back to the Estate for lunch and a quiet afternoon. It is quite wet ...
Set off again to look at a bit more of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Really beautiful in wintry weather. Drove through Hereford to Worcester. Site of the final battle in the English Civil War, in 1651, where Cromwell defeated the Royalists. Stopped to look at the city and cathedral. The old city is on the river bank, so we walked along there, watching hundred of swans being fed. Some sort of "swan project". Walked around ...
... would bring the song books and Elaine would
We walked back with Andy and Sue.
Fri 14th June
8am prayer meeting.
Elaine played piano.
We went to Wetherspoons for lunch – poor service and food
James bought a new guitar tuner from the music shop as his
old one was developing some inconsistencies.
The new ...