A trip to the British Museum to learn about the decipherment of hieroglyphics, and have a wander round Continue reading
Heather and I took a little trip off into London, to see an old friend returning after touring the country, as Dippy returned to the Natural History Museum.
Having seen half of them in Chester, there was a chance to see the full Cooper family at the start of August, as Doug, Esther, and Evie were over from Switzerland and the others down from the north-west. We had to squeeze a meet in, shortly after getting back from Continue reading …
It’s summer, so another trip to Hastings was of course forthcoming for Heather and I. This time there was a wonderful art trail to catch our attention too, so we headed down to the coast for a week, to Follow That Duck.
An eventual return to Chester, with open air theatre, and a boat lift! Continue reading
Someone keeps complaining I haven’t written anything about it, so a quick recap of a recent short trip north for my birthday!
A few years ago I went to see the in London, so when news came they would be in Bromley it seemed worth a look. Along came Heather, Gemma, and Gem’s Uncle Peter and partner Alice.
It seems like forever since I was last at the theatre (so long ago that—barring open air or , or semi-open —I seriously can’t remember when), so it was a delight to go with Heather to see the adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s The Ocean At The End Of The Lane, Continue reading …