V10 meets H3

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Surely it's the curse of the modern world that so many people now work at a computer while the compter also provides the biggest distraction from work ever devised ... (Dave Gorman)

When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells _______________________________

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snowy attack

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8th Feb 2007, 12:48   comments (1)

If you could only imagine ...

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How gorgeous this view from my bedroom window is and how it doesn't compare with the photo.
7th Feb 2007, 07:41   comments (6)

Thinking of summer

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Flicking through some old pictures I found this one from two summers back. It's so dark and cold at the moment and this is a kind of antidote.

... and I really should use my SLR camera more often.
29th Jan 2007, 21:39   comments (7)

Several years of relatively good health

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This bit in the life and death exhibit made me laugh ... because it hit a truth on teh head. Our good health co-exists with various aliments and a pill propped existence.
28th Jan 2007, 20:07   comments (2)

Waiting at the Hotel Russell

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Could be a worse place to spend a sunday afternoon
28th Jan 2007, 20:01   comments (2)


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I so wanted to browse in this bookshop - titles include Fish who answer the telephone, Scouts in Bondage and Christie's old organ
28th Jan 2007, 19:58   comments (2)

London baby!

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I've been here six years now but even so, everytime I get off the train and set out to stroll through London, I still get a buzz.
28th Jan 2007, 19:50   comments (0)

Groucho lives on

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I think that Groucho Marks would get a smile knowing that he lives on in the heart of little boys
27th Jan 2007, 12:54   comments (4)