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TWTW # 7 Too Cold For Spuds

Another week is over and another month, 2019 seems to be galloping at a pace. In a weeks time I’ll be another year older. This February has been reported as the hottest on record with temperatures getting into the 20’s … Continue reading

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TWTW # 6 – Home Baked

I’ve mostly been working from home this week, with some interludes for baking, and a few other things. It’s also been a week where it would appear that Spring has tentatively arrived. The weather has been unseasonably warm, but it … Continue reading

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TWTW#5 A Necessary Spectacle

This week has been a bit of a busy one with several trips to and from the vets as the mystery around whatever is wrong with Wilson continues. The good news is that the vet has ruled out a lot … Continue reading

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The Week That Was #1 – I’m Back

So I’ve made a decision to try and get back to posting at least once a week. I’m going to ditch the old format of the “Quick Links” posts but stick with the premise of reviewing the previous week. We’ll … Continue reading

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A Christmas Book List

I’ve read a lot of books this year, and I thought with Christmas approaching I’d pull together a list of those that I’ve enjoyed the most in case you’re stuck for a present to buy someone or just looking for … Continue reading

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Book Review: Common Ground by Rob Cowen

Common Ground by Rob Cowen My rating: 5 of 5 stars It has taken me a while to read Rob Cowen’s Common Ground, because I’ve wanted to savour it. It reminds me of classic natural history books such as J … Continue reading

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2014 Review and a Look Ahead

I don’t tend to do review of the year posts each year, sometimes I’ll take a theme and just cover that, other times I won’t bother at all. The latter is more often the norm. 2014 however has been a … Continue reading

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