Monthly Archives: June 2010

Thoughts, or should that be forts?

Location…………Blighty Operation…………..on leave. Project…………………….143 exterior maintenance and makeover Weather………………………………………once showers have gone through, wonderful.   Now for some serious thoughts on the matter of light. As one who still regards physics from the ‘classical’ viewpoint rather than from the ‘quantum’ … Continue reading

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A bit of this that and the other

Home in Fannit after a fortnight of waiting on weather (mainly) and despite the footy mania on the telly, and everywhere else for that matter, allatsea resisted the urge to sit in front of the telly with a case of … Continue reading

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Blighty back

A bit out with the old eta for demobbing, got home on the 17th. So be it. No worries, pleasant people where I was so happy enough.   Margate weather decidedly horrid considering we’re less than a week away from the … Continue reading

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Pit stop update

Food good, cabin good but no offshore internet so no blogging.   Alongside today to reload and using the old 3 dongle to send this. In this morning and sailing tonight, could be demobbing next monday, the 13th.   Until … Continue reading

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In the far north

Greetings from the far north of Blightyville and a very fine day it is here. Although happily in port and thus in range of the old broadband dongle today, by tonight we won’t and as far as I can tell, … Continue reading

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Any Robby Lamothe fans out there?

Despite being, overweight, foul tempered and ugly, old allatsea is a bit of a sensitive sort when all said and done (honest). A fan of the arts, with a tendency to find song and music the most emotive of the … Continue reading

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Oldy but goody

There was a great loss recently in the entertainment world. Larry La Prise, the man who wrote the "Hokey Kokey", died last week at 83. The most traumatic part for his family was getting him into the coffin. They put … Continue reading

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