n.b. The warmth held until around 5 p.m. despite a strong breeze. See the striations in the late afternoon sky. A lot of wind for weather forecasters to talk about today: they talk a lot about the wind.
n.b. I cannot imagine I ever let anyone borrow that from me, but no sign of my copy of the classic text by Simon Inglis and I would never have knowingly given it away.The Football Grounds of Europe is still with me, so maybe this is telling me something about my future?
n.b. Nice work Alexander Johnson and your BXT mates – you got to me in the end too and I am part Irish, part Swedish, part Welsh and part English. The United Kingdom is history. I am proud to be a European; embarrassed to be English while The Great Clown is in Downing Street.
n.b. A new number to learn. The coronavirus variant ID for the ‘English Virus’ as some might label it, is B117.
Sick Man of Europe, (no longer of EU), will need to be able to verify clean bill of health before being allowed to stand in the street, (or possibly the garden) to stare through the window to watch the party. England: out in the cold.
The Tory government focus on Brexit has blinded government to care of its people. Tens of thousands dead. How does 45% of a vote lead to an 80 seat majority in Westminster?
The “Oven Ready Brexit” of the Great Clown is fast becoming Head in the Oven Brexit.
People who live on islands, need to be able to grow their own food and get on well with their neighbours. Fact.
n.b. Sometimes you just get lucky and the weather breaks fall perfectly. Taking advantage of this, my cycling buddy and I sped around 43 km of Norfolk countryside today in a couple of hours. It was an almost total escape from some of the nonsense found elsewhere in the media, but not quite. I had to share the photo. We chose to avoid this complete dead-end. You may notice that the sign looks like it’s been badly beaten.
Strangely we seemed to speak to more people in passing than we might have done without Lockdown 2. Norfolk is a place where people talk to each other…at a safe distance. Maybe the distancing helps conversation. What do you think? As someone brought up in England I rather find a little physical distancing to my liking. Depends who it is though.