Friday, 27 April 2012

Gardens I've Looked After 2

I Looked after this garden in Bishops Stortford for a year whilst I lived in the area part-time, just a couple of hours a week, large front and back gardens including a vegetable garden to the rear. 

In this pick, when giving it a click,
you'll see where I'm digging out a hole for,
what is now, a magnificent pond in front of the summer house.

Gardens I've Looked After . . .

This is a Garden in Bishops Stortford where I stayed and lived on and off for nearly four years. I absolutely loved looking after this garden, and spend many hours bathing the place in TLC.

Click on this one to get a great Panoramic view
of a garden I maintained for three years.

Love this 'Peep hole' into the upper garden.

Thursday, 26 April 2012

Contrasting Airports!

    Two Airports . . that's where the similarities end! One I visited last night to pick up a good friend after his business trip, the other a small local airport in Northants.

Parked up at
Heathrow Airport
to meet a friend!
Time: 6.16pm

Liftway to Heaven?
Just Arrivals!

The Feckin Costs!
I arrived at 6.16pm and left two hours
later: £8.80
Ticket Machines!!!

Reading Material
the ready!

Now all I need is a Coffee . . .

Found One
in the Airport Bar!

Ah, there he is
in the
White Shirt,
Hey John,
Over Here Matey!

Now look at Sywell Airport, I was there today, don't ask me why, I have no excuse! Anyway, I had a problem with my windscreen wipers that JB and me sorted out, then I went for a run in her to test the wipers out in our wonderful April Showers . . .

Join Me

Give me some Chocolate Doug!
No Danny,
This is my Baron Milk Chocolate
and it's
    Danny Wallace wants to Join Me in the Bar at Heathrow Terminal 3 where I'm about to eat this chocolate whilst drinking a lovely Latte. Question is, should I let him? After all I would Join him if he'd let me! My answer? 'Join Me', Read the book! It's the true story of a man who started a Cult by accident . . . I've been trying to do that for years, deliberately, and I've failed miserably, hence my reading this book for guidance.

No Dave Gorman in this one, but it's an excellent book just the same, I love Danny's sense of humour . . "In the beginning was the word . . . and the word was?"
You'll have to read it to find out more! Oooo . . .