Monthly Archives: December 2011

Home is where the heart lies

I’ve now been home for a fortnight and with little news to share about the house I have been reticent to blog. I’ve also been trying to come to terms with my return to Yorkshire and rationalise my feelings about being ‘home’ after … Continue reading

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Hasta luego España

There was always going to be another twist to my journeys tale, and I thought that it would be Landrover related. I’ve just landed at a Stansted, back on home soil for the first time in two months, three full … Continue reading

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Last day on site: Photo special

Today was my last day on site during phase one of the barn conversion. It was the day that I tidied up the mess that I have spent the last few weeks creating, the day I packed away my overalls … Continue reading

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History on the doorstep

I’ve always liked history. What I like is to visit historical sites and gather enough visual evidence to enable me try to imagine life being lived as it was in previous centuries or millennia. I should really have been an … Continue reading

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Car mechanics; Galician style

I’m reading a book at the moment about the trials and tribulations of an English guy walking the camino from the French border to Santiago de Compostela with a stubborn donkey which lies down at inopportune moments and won’t cross … Continue reading

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