Tuesday, 21 February 2017

Blogger Stats


Has anyone else noticed that their stats have gone mad scene the beginning of December?

Like ten times the number of views to what they were normally before?

Wednesday, 8 February 2017

And What Did You Say Goth Was?

Once a television motoring presenter, who was pretending to be on a camp site asked a couple of pensioners, who most likely didn`t know who he was, “What do people do on a caravanning holiday?” unfortunately their best, or only recorded answer was “We drink a lot of tea”
My last ‘van
A few weeks later, the Car Valet at one of my client`s asked me the same question, But, and maybe because I`m a) younger, b) quicker, and c) more used to people asking silly questions, I quickly replied “I don`t consider there been such a thing as a `caravanning` holiday, I have holidays in my caravan, and you can do anything that you would do on holiday if you stayed in a hotel, apartment or whatever, but you know that the toilet is clean and you won`t get bedbugs!” I also went on to add “I`ve used it to visit my grandchildren, and I`ve gone to Whitby Goth Weekend in my Caravan”

“And What Did You Say Goth Was?”…………………

 Oh Shi !!

Pic from Google

Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Visit to Grassington

As part of our weekend away we had a trip to the Dale`s village of Grassington.
Grassington Congregational Church
It had been quite a while since the last time we were there, and nothing much seems to have changed.
Grassington Congregational Church
We did find Grassington Congregational Church and it`s nice little cemetery hidden away at the top of the village.
In Grassington
According to Wikipedia the village dates back to the 11th century and as a population of about 1,100.
In Grassington, sorry about the bins.
Grassington as many interesting buildings and little alley ways, but with it been a wet day I didn`t take to many photos
In Grassington

In Grassington

In Grassington, sorry about the car.

Waited For The Right Time, Place And People.

As I head ever-closer to retirement, I remember at school (Yes 40-odd years ago) a Games teacher said to me “Come out of your shell and ...