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Twinning Tweets -- Transit

Transit Success:   The Evergreen Line extension.  Lots of people riding; and lots of development along it should mean even more riders coming. And many are taking local trips. 213 more words


In Search of a Sign

One could say that embarking on a trek through the Yorkshire Dales is rather like one’s journey through life itself. A life-journey in microcosm. Never one to waste a good metaphor, I often say it even if that requires shamelessly stretching the analogy. 411 more words


Would King Harold II have been late for his own death?

A review of the route that King Harold took to the Battle of Hastings

By David Clarke

‘There were arrows everywhere.

Long arrows, short arrows, broad and narrow arrows, even red and blue arrows. 668 more words

The Saxon Times

Plans formulating - again

A little update.

I’ve still not had my tooth replaced…just too darn expensive. My kind friends say I look fine, I still get a shock however whenever I catch see myself in a mirror or a picture smiling. 257 more words

Sometimes You Just Need To Take a Hike

Hello My Fellow Blog Lovers and Supporters!

March 1st is here and boy have we been blessed with an OUTSTANDING winter this year! Fingers crossed that this glorious weather continues and we slide right into Spring which is creeping its head right around the corner already me thinks!   723 more words

My Life

Brewery Touring

A special-interest way to romp through Vancouver, with the route based on where beer gets brewed.  Geography meets travel, thanks to Aaron Licker at Licker Geospatial Consulting (LGeo… 56 more words


Onsdag 1 mars turer

Hei og happy mars!

Håper dere har hatt en fin onsdag.

I forhold til i går var været i dag helt fantastisk! Sol, skyer og ikke så mye vann på trailene i marka. 175 more words