This is the scrummage machine which I’ve [url=http://www.blipfoto.com/entry/1506885]blipped before.[/url] It now seems rather rusty and unloved. I wonder if it’ll ever be used again, or just left here.
Taken from on top of Craig Yr Allt – the clouds rolling in, in the valleys it must seem like you live in clouds permanently.
Went to see daughter in school production of Treasure Island tonight. Here girls, pretending to be male sailors are dancing in jamaica wearing Hawaiian leis. Yes, it is confusing.
This note on blue roll dispenser by the fridge. Cutbacks are hitting us hard – it’s all the fault of those frivolous blue roll users. Back in the day you could use blue roll with abandon. Those were the days.
Some repairs being undertaken to the roof of the old church on the OU campus
When we did our l[url=http://www.blipfoto.com/entry/2051335]itter picking[/url] the other day, the Keep Wales Tidy chap pointed out this plant to us. It is Himalayan balsam, an invasive species. It grows tall, very quickly and has an aggressive seed dispersal technique. Good from an evolutionary perspective but bad from an ecodiversity point of view. So I pull it up whenever I see it, here is a pile that has suffered my wrath.
The [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Himalayan_Balsam]wikipedia entry[/url] tells us that it was deliberately introduced into the UK because it was so easy to grow. It was promoted with the marvellous phrase of its “”splendid invasiveness”.
We could only afford to stay at the hotel for one night, as spent the other (very wet and windy) night in the van. This the nice new infinity pool at the [url=http://watergatebay.co.uk/]Watergate Bay hotel[/url].
My daughter went for a horseride today and they go along this estuary where a number of abandoned boats lie forlornly.
We have come down to Watergate Bay, where my wife is doing the [url=http://www.endurancelife.com/event.asp?series=49&location=125]UTSW 60 mile trail[/url] race tomorrow. There is an excellent surfing beach here.
My daughter painted this flowerpot and somehow a little R2 droid has sneaked its way into the foliage.