Tuesday, 25 August 2015

It’s better to always tell the truth

Especially when you could not make up anything better!
Phone rings
Me: hello
It’s Lisa from Renewable Energy.
Me: Yes
Lisa: It’s about solar panels.
Me: I’ve got one, I don’t like them, it blew up my phone charger!
Lisa: Your solar panel blew up my phone charger?
Me: Yes
Lisa: Okay ehhrrr  good bye.
I hadn’t said it was in the caravan.

Thursday, 20 August 2015

Pictures of Holiday in Whitby 2015

Here are some pictures from our holiday in Whitby last week.
A distant view of Whitby Abbey from our Campsite
Whitby Abbey
Plaque on the bridge at Egton Bridge
Plaque on the bridge at Egton Bridge
The Largest Leylandii I have ever seen, at Egton Bridge
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On a grave in Lealholm
Me on The Beggars Bridge near Glaisdale
Beggars Bridge near Glaisdale
Cream Tea at The Falling Foss Tea Garden
Cream Tea at The Falling Foss Tea Garden
The~ Falling Foss (Waterfall)
The~ Falling Foss (Waterfall)
When I`m in Whitby I always put flowers on The Sophie Lancaster Monaural Bench.
The Sophie Lancaster Monaural Bench

Tuesday, 4 August 2015

Bondville Miniature Village Visit

Sewerby Bridlington, Yorkshire, UK.
Me at Bondville Miniature Village
 On Saturday we went to this, I had not been to a model village since I was about 10.
At Bondville Miniature Village
 The following words are taken from their Face Book Page, but the pictures are mine.
At Bondville Miniature Village
Bondville Miniature Village is a masterpiece of 1/12 scale buildings, built in 1981 by Geoff and Carol Cooper.
At Bondville Miniature Village
Now the fourth owners` with the help from of the original founders are renovating the village back to its former glory
At Bondville Miniature Village
There is incredible attention to detail, with hundreds of handmade and painted character figures. Over 200 individual and unique buildings and carefully crafted scenes of everyday life, all set in a 1 acre garden.
At Bondville Miniature Village

At Bondville Miniature Village

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Allotment Update

Our Vegetable Allotments` not doing too bad to say that neither of us has had much time there this year.
Brassicas are doing well
Brassicas top to bottom: Cauliflower, Spring Cabbage, Broccoli, Winter Cabbage and Kale.
Potatoes are tidy
Onions coming along
Strawberries have done well
Sweet corn is a bit on the small size for time of year.
Corn on the Cob
But the Leaf Beet (Chard) has run to seed, which is a pity as it is my favourite of all veg.
Leaf Beet (Chard)

Wednesday, 15 July 2015

Mainly Shows and Festivals

It`s been a while since I last posted on here, so this is a very quick catch up.

3rd July I visited Guiseley Cemetery (I will do a more detailed blog later)
4th July The Sisters of Murphy played my local Goth Club, they played for over 2 hours and were great.

5th Arthington Show, with Tia Greyhound Rescue.
Lots of dogs came.
Then off to The Abbey Inn Beer Festival to see The Lost Souls.
11th Back with Tia Greyhound Resue this time at Kirkstall Festival.
Meanwhile I found this chandelier in a skip at a clients` I will take out all the electric and use battery tea lights in the garden.

Thursday, 18 June 2015

New car

New car drives like a dream, I'd forgot how much fun driving can be. Back sorted out for work tools.

Just need a name now. The first track on the first CD I played was Alice, the 3rd Phantom so could be a clue ?

There again I could call it "Black Wind" as in "~ come carry me far away" from Temple of Love

Sunday, 14 June 2015

The Green Gothess is Dead

She died on Friday just outside Harrogate the RAC came and said the cam belt had broken and took to the garage I use near home.
I have only had it 2 and a bit years and it has cost me quite a bit in that time, so I am not pleased with it.
The Green Gothess is Dead
They confirmed it and that because of the damage it would most likely have done in the engine it would cost more to repair that the car is worth.

So on Saturday I went looking for a replacement and found this that I like. More details soon.
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