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As of today, not much much other than the usual. I have a new client, Halfords, so that's why I'm in Birmingham travelling home each weekend. However, the plan is that from around May next year, we go off driving around the European land mass visiting hot countries when it's cooler there and colder countries when it's hotter. We are spending the next few months planning so there's not much detail to be seen here yet. Watch this ...
Today I've realized I have an addiction, wait....it's actually a problem I've always known I've had but am just watching it gear back up again and oh boy it's coming at me full fledged. Addictions take you away from all the things in life you're suppose to be getting done, they cloud your mind so you can't seem to focus on anything else. Since coming back from Spain, the second time in a month, I've been unable to think about anything else but going somewhere. I must be ...
... tried to keep up with Jimmy and Andrew's bantering; while I enjoyed it all.
Jimmy and Carol have renovated a 250-year-old house that features a massive wood-burning fireplace, 3 spacious guest rooms each with bathroom en suite (unlike our Sidney House B&B where we found someone sleeping in the closet next door). Higgledy-piggledy floors throughout, and wood-beamed ceilings most (!) people could reach up ...
... early got plenty of audience participation. I can see them appearing at future Godivas.
Next up was King Hammond, long-time, on-off project of another old-school ska/reggae performer Nick Welsh who found fame ages ago with “Bad Manners” (remember “Special Brew?”) who performed another set that was perfect for the occasion and the audience and they were followed by Roddy Radiation and the Skabilly Rebels. I had no problems with the music, which ...
... Oddingley, we were amazed how much the reeds had been allowed to grow, leaving a narrow channel only wide enough for one boat. Fortunately we did not meet anyone in the narrow bits.
We arrived at Hanbury wharf, where we planned to spend the night. It was difficult to get in to the side, and there was a wasp nest. A CRT lengthsman was there and he suggested we move through the bridge where there were more visitor moorings. We did so, and he was ...
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