Monthly Archives: June 2019

what’s the birdie?

First noticed this because of the unusual noise, a high-pitched EEEE OOOO EEEE, and here it is…. Later: I now know what it is… Thanks Sophie and Mick….scroll down if you guessed right.. . . . . . . . … Continue reading

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The Good Old Days

Borrowed from Facebook: Yesterday after shopping in our local supermarket, I was in the queue at the Check Out, and heard when the young cashier suggested to the much older lady that she should bring her own grocery bags, because … Continue reading

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Today at The Curburgring

also known at the Curborough Sprint Course. I was there to marshall, which I did at Post 2. Called into action only once, to sweep some mud and grass off the circuit, where are car had decided to do some … Continue reading

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another wet walk!

We knew it would be wet, muddy, streams to cross, waist-high fields to walk through, but the views we got, plus the pint at the end, made it worthwhile. Starting from Millthorpe, and, of course, finishing there!

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Brill day out in Brum!

a group of us headed off to Birnimgham for a day out, the highlight was a superb conducted tour around the Back to Backs… * talking of Back to Backs, the photos below are in reverse order: scroll down to … Continue reading

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Skillshop Update…

4 more nest boxes for your garden birds delectation….but now sold!

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Latest from the Unstone Skillshop

A fantastic selection of hand-made bird nest boxes, using recycled wood…just a fiver each. * Some of these have been sold already…come back soon for more designs…

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Success at Penistone!

Yes indeed: a very successful day out at the Penistone Mayor’s Gala. Not only a superb bacon and cheese burger also a waffle cone with flake, and two donuts, but the Mayor’s Award for ‘The Most Interesting Classic Car’. Met … Continue reading

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