Coming up to the end of outside only pub trading. I'll be glad to be back inside - both as staff and customer. Britain is not really built for al-fresco dining. Several shifts have seen rain, whilst being under a tent does not mitigate cold or wind. It'll still be table …read more
The sun visor on the Grannywagon snapped off. I resorted to the internet to find a replacement; the best price I could find was ~£45 from a Suzuki spares dealer. Remembering that Splash was also sold by Vauxhall, re-badged as the Agila II, I searched for the same visor with …read more
I've carried on spending money on frivolous items, including: * an iPod touch: on the basis that I'm looking to yeet off the smartphone, but still require something capable of running the bank app for authorising payments. Also; because I'm crap at remembering to sync the mp3 player with the computer …read more
Spring is very much approaching. It's pleasing to be going to the office and returning home in daylight. I'll have to mow the grass soon.
Twister OS Armbian is working rather competently on the Pinebook. In fact, I'm using it now to type this up. There's a couple of tweaks …read more
Walking has been the main non-work activity of late: * Circuit of Shipley Country Park - 3 miles. Chilly, although little snow on the ground. Some parts of the water table were making a break for the surface, resulting in mud. * Matlock to Clay Cross (specifically, to the pub if it were …read more
- Winter is here, now with more snow now that I have moved to higher ground. Nothing mega, the most that's fallen is an inch or so, business was therefore unaffected.
- Apparently, clearing snow off your car before driving it is such an arduous task so you just leave it on …
So there's another year gone. Pretty crap one and all. I aimed to post weekly and managed twelve posts, so averaged monthly. Could have been worse.
To round off happenings: * Another year older. Normally I'd go to the pub on the day and then do something party-like in February or …read more
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