Below are links to things that, to me, are worth a look!
I've decided to put this link here even though the postcards page isn't a link to another site. Linking it here saved me time as elsewhere might have caused a few changes. As for postcards, I've collected them for about 25 years but the number isn't yet thousands.
Deaf_Eye_Ant's Web site hasnít got a logo but is worth seeing, which includes pictorial jokes & also pictures of Canberra.
When driving & listening to BBC2 radio programme I heard of 1800LostDog.com. I like dogs & hearing of a lady explaining the threats of dogs being stolen, it annoyed me. The lady & her husband created this site which is aimed & helping people who have had to face the case. If you have a dog, please see this site.
Again listening to Radio 2, I heard of Beckonscot Model Village being established in 1939 & was then the first model village in the world. It was enjoyable going to the village.
Sally, Graeme & I were on holiday from 1st - 8th July 2006 & we went to a good number of places to go to with one being Becky Falls. It's a woodland park in Dartmoor, Devon. You walk beside (& sometimes in) a brook which have waterfalls. You do need good footware!
For our honeymoon Sally & I went to the Cotsworlds & had a lovely time. We stayed in a hotel at Bourton-on-the-Water & as that is an attactive village, there are plently of things to do with one being the Birdland - Park & Gardens. I went to Birdland when I would have been 7 years old & due to its popularity, it moved to another location in the village, which does allow it to increase in size.
In May 2008, Sally & I went to North Yorkshire & amongst other enjoyable places we were able to visit, this is was good. It's based on WWII & dureing that time, the site was a PoW camp for mainly Italian prisoners. I'm 100% sure that all reading this agree that we never want this type of event happening & in my opinion Eden Camp reminds us of the stupidity that greed creates & that we must not go down these lines again. BTW my parents were in the RAF in WWII.
Graeme, my son, had his 18th Birthday on the 29th June 2008 & I wanted to take him to take him to such a place that he'll remember that for the rest of his life. It was decided that we took him to Warwick Castle & that not only that Sally & I was there but his Grandparents, from my side of the family. Warwick Castle was specatacular & Graeme has agreed that he enjoyed being there.
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