• A fun afternoon at Brighton Open Air Theatre

    We saw a couple of productions by Oddsocks during the first lockdown and enjoyed their playful approach to Shakespeare. So when we saw that they had a place in the B.O.A.T. programme over summer we thought we should head along.

    Despite the grey clouds and hail warnings, it turned out to be a glorious sunny afternoon, and there was even an opportunity for an ice cream in the interval.

    A fun performance, which made us laugh quite a lot. Great inclusion of topical references, and involvement of the audience. I thing keeping an eye out for the Odd socks summer production may become a regular occurrence.


  • vLEJOG: July 2021

    My July vLEJOG walks added another 121.7 miles to the total. That means I’ve covered 40.7% of the distance, or 356.33 miles, in 3 months. I’m pleased with that. My daily average is 4 miles, and I now only need to cover 1.92 miles per day to finish this before my 50th birthday.

    And I earned a postcard for getting to 300 miles.

    It’s still fun to see where I am on the map. I’m currently (virtually) on the M6 just to the southeast of Warrington. Not many more miles, and I’ll have reached the level of Hull.


  • Sussex prairie garden


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