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This is Edition 1 v 66

7 March 2018


Beast from the East

and the

Apple Charlotte Catastrophe

I blame him! After three days of the Beast from the East he suggested we should put food out for the wild birds. We have the feline equivalent of an avian Hannibal Nectar and a psychotic canine with all the endearing qualities of Stitch on steroids. I blame the cat for indoctrinating Stitch, a terrier, in the abject loathing of these winged rats who despite his endeavours have consistently escaped his jaws and a fatal neck snapping double reversible whiplash.

Sustenance for Tits, Thrushes and all – except Magpies – was first on my Planet Earth Bird Saving Good Deed list this morning. Trill in absence I creative problem solved with an apple charlotte – that is boiled eating apples and toast crumbs with liquor soaked dog biscuits for flavour – unintentionally adding insult to injury to Stitch. All served on a twice used plastic tray placed out of terrier reach on the patio table.

Now the question is who will scold me first? The RSPB for my avian nutrition culinary incompetence and serving up bird food which a day later remains untouched. Or the RSPCA for tormenting Stitch with an influx of winged rats all looking in dismay at the inedible offering. Inedible that is to all birds but not to Stitch who is running around the garden barking at the birds and driven to distraction with the smell of dog bones that he cannot locate and eat


Saving Planet Earth


All man made packaging goes into the recycling bin

If it cannot be recycled, it should not be made by man



Love them or not they control your world and are around you every day in one form or another.

Marcus du Sautoy presented a brilliant programme

The Secret Rules of Modern Living: Algorithms

These links take you to three snippets from a fantastic programme


What is an Algorithm? How does it directly affect you?

Footie explaining links

Bubble  - v - Merge Sort


Scrumptious fruit using Fujifilm finepix F72 EXR

Passion Fruit, Strawberry and Blueberry Pavlova

Image taken on Fujifilm Finepix F72 EXR Pro Focus mode with Pin Sharp focus for subject and a soft focus background.

Mix passion fruit into the cream and top with fresh fruit.   The passion fruit is better in the cream, rather than drizzled across the top.


Bizarreness Effect

Bizarreness effect is the tendency of bizarre material to be better remembered than common material



Clear Logical Convincing


“The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change”

Heraclitus of Ephesus  c. 535 BC – 475 BC) Greek philosopher



The Sunflower Cafe

Tea, Company and Practical Advice for those living with Dementia


Gull posing on breakwater Hayling Island 31 Oct 2016



Heuristics - rule of thumb science



Corollaries example:-

Chocolate = XL

Pain Au Chocolate = XXL

Chocolate Brownies = XXL


Do not spoil what you have

by desiring what you have not

Epictetus, Greek Philospher 55 - 135ce


According to Chris Evans talking on his BBC Radio 2 Show on Tuesday 2 August 2016,

Bees hum in the Key of C


Time is Precious

Waste it Wisely


Gucci use Bumblebees as a motif



"Beware the barrenness of a busy life"

Socrates, Greek Philosopher *470 - 399 bce

Did you know that the three greatest ancient 'thinkers' were all born within 100 years of each other.  Socrates was one.   The other two were:


*b 428 - d 348 bce


*b 563 - d 483 bce

* dates are taken from Google searches.



Adult swans at feeding time at Abbotsbury Swannery, Dorset

Contrary to popular belief all swans are not the property of the Crown

Visit Abbotsbury Swannery 12.00 noon and 4 pm to see the swans being fed.

Look out for the resident Osprey on the far side of the Fleet basin.


The question for humanity is are we prepared for the day the computer says "No"


Baby sleeping at the Odiham Magna Carter 800 celebrations

Who slept while King John prepared to sign the Magna Carter?



Did you know ....that in January 1607 a tsunami travelled up the Bristol Channel?

It is thought to have been caused by a massive land slip around Ireland

Some churches in the area have plaques recording the maximum height of the flood water as it engulfed the region. 

St Marys Church Goldcliffe plaque records the flood water at 3 feet above ground level today.

Another marks the maximum height as 7.74 meters or 25 feet and 4 inches.

Curiously the St Mary's Church plaque dates the event as 1606.   According to Wikepedia this is because they used the Julian Calendar at that time and the new year did not start until Lady Day 25 March.



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Limeuil France Glass Blowers Sign

Glass Blowers Sign

Limeuil France

Dear Flynn

Dear Flynn

Scrumptious fruit using Fujifilm finepix F72 EXR

Fruit Pavlova Fujifilm

Finepix F72 EXR Pro Focus

 Godetia section Sept13 BoNightingale


Aquilegia flower just opened Bo Nightingale

A Bees Eye view of Flowers

King Arthur's of Camelot Quest for Laser Toner Cartridges

Bovril Lolly Sticks

The Wedding Group

An image of one of the All Saints Parish Church Odiham stained glass windows by Bo Nightingale


The Grapevine Odiham


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