Archive for September, 2013
Don’t worry this isn’t specifically a cry for help – it’s a selection of handsome letter cards from a board game I bought a while ago, (for the completists out there, Pounce, produced somewhat incongruously by Airfix in 1973).
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Tags: 1973, Airfix, Pounce
Sunday was my dad’s birthday. And rather than pass on a randomly appropriated gift of potentially limited appeal I decided that a visit to the Imperial War Museum at Duxford for an afternoon of aviation antics was more likely to succeed in providing us with interest and entertainment. So whilst the weather settled slowly into […]
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Tags: dad, Duxford, Fennec, Imperial War Museum, Patrouille de France, Spitfires, The Red Arrows, Vampire
Well it seems that the summer way very well be on the wane, although that’s fine by me. That said it seems I’ve been unusually attracted to the sunshine over the few weeks – which hopefully will mean my seratonin levels have been charged sufficiently for the following few months.
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Tags: Summer, Sun, Sunshine