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On closer examination, the van looks kosher. Just based on some van other than a Bedford CA

Hurrah for the end of the pine pollen season!

Eric. Still very interested in using this photo for the back cover of my novel coming out next month. Please let me know if it's okay to go ahead and use it. The final battle in my young adult thriller, "Sustenance" takes place on upper table rock. Please let me know ASAP.

The downpipe is one of the last vestiges of good victorian engineering, being formed of box section cast iron set into granite channels built into the side wall of Penzance Railway Station, once a beautifully glass roofed affair but unfortunately now just patched up year in year out, freshly painted downpipe looks great until it rains. The roof is now a curved sheet of something boring and corrugated.

I never owned any of the big British marques but I had plenty of bikes almost all German,in those cash strapped analogue days we spent far too much time opening up engine cases and renewing spent bearings. This followed the traditions of the "cafe racers" who we pathetically attempted to emulate whilst the lamentable electrics really made the most passionate patriot question the ability of an industry set in a wet northern climate that produced timing mechanisms that required constant attention. I borrowed my brother in laws C90 Honda step through to ride from Wadebridge to Truro through torrents of rain, on my return I realised that allowing ones prejudices to influence vital transport choices was one hell of a mistake.

Thats a better interpretation than mine, it just seems devoid of any redeeming features - man made, natural or supernatural.

Feb 2012. A noticeably heavy crop this year.

One good cottage deserves another.

No I didn't check, though I do remember what you're talking about. Thick and greasy. That isn't a one off either. Malta is covered in red boxes, and they drive on the left, the public signage is in English, and the electrical outlets are Uk 3 square pin - etc. etc. As a Brit coming from Spain it does feel a bit weird for the first few days. Like a bit of Tunbridge Wells crossed with Beirut dropped into the middle of the Med.

Una foto fantàstica. Salutacions


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