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Wednesday 31 May 2006
by Wulf
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New Wallpaper

I have been processing a few more pictures from my trip to Wisley on Monday. This time you’ve got bronze fennel, alliums and a slug! I have also adapted one of the pictures for use as my new desktop wallpaper … Continue reading

Tuesday 30 May 2006
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Teething

Back to work this morning and I think I’m almost recovered after a late night on Sunday gigging with The Elusive Teeth. We were at Croydon Folk and Blues Club; officially it closes at 11pm but by the time you’ve … Continue reading

Monday 29 May 2006
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RHS Wisley

Jane and I popped over to RHS Wisley this morning for a quick visit. Bank holidays provide a good opportunity to get there but my tip is to arrive early: when we left, at about midday, even the overflow carpark … Continue reading

Sunday 28 May 2006
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The Da Vinci Code

Yesterday afternoon I took a trip to see The Da Vinci Code. In brief, not as bad as I’d expected based on the mauling it has received from the critics but not a particularly noteworthy film. Watching did give me … Continue reading

Saturday 27 May 2006
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Fougasse

Paul has been posting about his experiments with bread making, which reminded me that last week I posted my standard bread recipe and also mentioned my current favourite recipe, fougasse. Here’s the basic template for that bread: Start with 210ml … Continue reading

Friday 26 May 2006
by Wulf
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A Long Way Down

Reviewing a second Jeffrey Deaver novel yesterday reminded me that I hadn’t followed up my initial comments on Nick Hornby’s A Long Way Down. Four different people, each at rock bottom and ready to commit suicide but saved by meeting … Continue reading

Thursday 25 May 2006
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The Bone Collector

I’ve read another book by Jeffrey Deaver, The Bone Collector. I’d been a little disappointed with The Empty Chair but found this one much better. It still had its fair share of unexpected twists but not so much as the … Continue reading