Monthly Archives: November 2007

A day on the Dolphin

I re-learned the idiocy of taking a pair of binoculars from a very chilly air conditioned control room outside into the hot, moisture laden Ghanaian breeze. Instant water making apparatus, rendering them unusable for the intended purpose. Oh goodness, the shame!! … Continue reading

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Talking about Why TV Talent Shows Are Killing Pop Music – Music Features | Photos | Biographies | Downloads – MSN

  Quote Why TV Talent Shows Are Killing Pop Music – Music Features | Photos | Biographies | Downloads – MSN   Couldn’t have put it better (obviously). While I’m here, I must just say, with passion, that I loathe anodyne, … Continue reading

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It’s not the leaving of ……

Splendidly chilly autumnal evening, fire in the hearth, chairs pulled up close to catch it’s warmth. Cats on the mat at its foot. Delicious smells wafting in from the kitchen where Caz is hard at work, but she’s also singing … Continue reading

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Photos and good visibility

It’s a particularly beautiful day today here on the North Kent coast. Cold, clear, bright and still. Simply wonderful. From the window of my home office (a posh term for the spare room with a computer and a bookcase in it) … Continue reading

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Fancy that

A day off today. This in preparation for the weekend when I’ll be off to Accra in Ghana for the move of the Bulford Dolphin. We don’t get paid for working weekends but we do get time off in lieu. … Continue reading

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Chilly London

Back in London and goodness me it’s a chilly one today. Opening my front door at 6 this morning and being met with an Arctic blast certainly blew the cobwebs away, it also prompted me to wish I’d put on … Continue reading

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Is that a tear in your eye?

Emotion is something that affects only sissy limp wristed liberals, or so I thought. The farewells at Perth this afternoon seemed sadder than usual, somehow more poignant. Bro had trotted south to the Blues festival at Bridgetown the previous afternoon … Continue reading

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