A Yorkshire Day

The weather has been perfect. A true Yorkshire summer day. There has been much to write about. Visits by friends and family, diverse conversations, good food, even the front lawn was cut for me. I have much to think about.…

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Berlin in February

Day Two: 203 metres up in Berlin Day One: Its time to come out of hibernation, and what better way than to spend two days in Berlin. My first continental breakfast in several years was an event in itself, as several…

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Prime Time

Head Gear and an I Pad Leeds Station International Arrivals All generation, every fashion Every expression. Every mood. Cannines galore. Pale blue watching eyes.   Ice cold - Standing Only. Church fare - Books galore Companionship conversation. Fine Coffee -…

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A Day Out

Had an interesting day out in York, the Minster looked particularly well in the autumn light. I have been visiting York for over fifty years but the place still surprises me, as I catch new sightings of its historic past,…

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The Piano Player

Ribbons of music drift in a vast hall, to complete with a chattering hoard, whilst a lone fly tries to escape though a pane of glass. Did the fly escape, most likely not. Did the chattering stop, never. I attempt…

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Ode to Pennine.

  I never thought that the day would come again, when I was once again able to climb aboard a Leyland Leopard coach and travel from Skipton to Carleton. Let alone see the coach so full that there was standing…

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