Like huge wind chimes, the rigging on these boats rings and jangles in the slightest breeze. Today was blustery, almost wild for the time of year. So much so that, seconds after this recording, the section of fencing where I had been standing blew over with a crash that stopped everything momentarily – except the chimes. Continue reading Sounds of Boats on a Windy Beach
From the recycler: If the phrase ‘It’s grim up North’ resonates with you, think what it might have been like 40+ years ago without colour TV, a motorway, mobile phone, and internet communication to bring other ways of life to us. ‘A Tale of Two Sixties’ Zouch Magazine & Miscellany, October 2011. Continue reading ‘A Tale of Two Sixties’
Sometimes it’s just great to escape! Continue reading Middle of the road – but only in Second Life!
‘A Tale of Two Sixties’ is up on Zouche today. Brace yourselves – it’s non-fiction. Continue reading ‘A Tale of Two Sixties’
Got to see our incomplete participant today. Not that she was incomplete, you understand, her session was. It’s not easy to elicit memories of experiences people didn’t have and the eliciting part comes next week. Hopefully, she won’t feel driven to jump ship before we’ve finished that! Continue reading Catching up
Today I’m having a rationalising session and that has included coralling several of my disparate online presences (if there is such a word) into one enclosure. WordPress has a nicely manicured lawn, tidy edgings, and neighbours with eclectic tastes so it makes sense to move in and put up the curtains. I came here on a visit from MySpace, hauling along a nascent blog offering views on the world that may or may not be shared by others. It liked what it saw and pitched its tent so I went back to fetch Dem and now I won’t get lost making my … Continue reading Migrating from MySpace