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Berkshire UK


Berkshire UK

December 31, 2014

Happy New Year, everyone!

And now, the thrilling conclusion to yesterday’s tale. Here’s a link to the first portion, in case you missed it:

http://litforlunch.wordpress.com/2014/12/30/december-30-2014/ 844 more words

Anderson Babcock (Australian Short Film)

My first international film scoring experience. All music related discussions, from the director spotting sessions to the final mixing, were done over emails and dropbox file transfers. 66 more words


116. Scenes from the Second Seat on the Right

Thursday, December 25th, 3:00am
Cass (and Mortimer)

Cass sits at the window, second seat on the left. Mortimer takes a seat at the window, second seat on the right. 194 more words


History all around us (3)

More reasons to explore the fascinating history of the English Civil Way¬†by bike….

1642 – The Three Tuns Inn and Brewery were established in 1642, with the brewery being possibly the oldest in the country, with records showing that King Charles 1st issued the first brewing licences in that year to raise funds to pay for his army fighting the civil war. 247 more words

Cycling Holidays

A Poet Ponders.

I sit in a recliner bought real cheap at the DI.

I use a rhyming website, though I often wonder why.

I rise before the sun so I can scan the new-mown news. 119 more words