Monthly Archives: September 2015

We sail the ocean blue…

I’m going to spend all my time in Portsmouth thinking of Gilbert and Sullivan songs. 28th September 2015 I’m actually writing this on the day that it’s happening before it’s all happened! (We’re still on the train from Bath.) There … Continue reading

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John Palmer’s greatest work

Major Bathonian architect and creator of the permanent door…

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Submerged in the Bath

27 September 2015 Once again I’m making a start with typing this in bed with the light from the window illuminating my computer. I won’t be able to type as much though as I’ll have to get up soon. Or … Continue reading

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Bath Time

26th September I must have been tired last night, as I didn’t save this in drafts and have had to copy and paste it back into my blog. I know I was tired because I couldn’t keep my eyes open … Continue reading

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Aqueducting

26 September 2015 Right, so now I’ve got to remember what I did yesterday, as I sit on a train and watch the scenery go by. Thank heavens I’m a touch typist (and if you find any mistakes, you’ll think … Continue reading

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Interim report

Today (Yesterday. I tried to upload this interim report last night, but the Internet wouldn’t let me. It’s now 4:56am on… Saturday and this is to keep you going until I can type up a proper entry) we had a … Continue reading

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Turner Tour

Note: I’ve tried to insert all the photos I’d planned to in this blog, but the Internet’s not behaving, so you’ve only got some. I’ll try and update them later. I’ve had EOS on charging for most of last evening … Continue reading

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