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Saturday 6 May 2017
by Wulf
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In a Shed

I think tonight’s gig was the first one I’ve played in a shed although, as a packing shed for a company supplying organic produce it was somewhat larger than sheds I’ve owned over the years. A decent sized crowd too … Continue reading

Sunday 20 December 2015
by Wulf
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A Child is Born

The Christmas jazz jam at the Red Lion in Brighwell Cum Sotwell was a good excuse to break out the tune A Child is Born. Originally penned in 1969 by Thad Jones and Alec Wilder it is a beautiful, mellow … Continue reading

Thursday 12 February 2015
by Wulf
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Time to Move

Not a massive move but over one row and down a couple desks. I’m now set up in a new position at work to allow another group to expand. Everything is set up and I’ve done a test to ensure … Continue reading

Sunday 25 January 2015
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Burns Night

Burns night… my yearly excuse to enjoy haggis, neeps and tatties along with a wee dram of whisky. Time to go and start cooking!

Friday 12 September 2014
by Wulf
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Today was a grape day

No, that’s not a typo. In the jungle that is next door’s garden grows a grapevine and we’ve allowed it to hang over our fence. Earlier this week we harvested the fruit and today I was processing it; grape juice, … Continue reading

Monday 21 July 2014
by Wulf
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Basildon Park

I’ve always thought of Basildon as being a town in Essex, sometimes the butt of jokes and mainly being featured on election nights when it was regarded as the heart of a key indicator constituency before being merged with Billericay … Continue reading

Thursday 3 July 2014
by Wulf
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I Just Can’t Get Away

Tomorrow, my regular day off, I I have an afternoon meeting down in town so I decided to take this afternoon off in lieu. So, I’m just about to shutdown my computer and then a colleague needed help with a … Continue reading