Monthly Archives: Mar 2007


15°C, & milky mist 3 Peaks: practise walk in the Peak District. It’s the height of the lambing season, lots of very young looking lambs, some only days old. They were attended by Yews that looked on very suspiciously on … Continue reading

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Into The Woods

12°C, grey gray day To celebrate the end of term:   Just ordered this, by the lead vocalist in Arab Strap. The sound clips are promising, click the picture to go to the Amazon page with the samples on.  

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12°C, chilly, less rain than forcast. It’s sunny, no lessons to plan for tomorrow and the room smells of Spirit of Turpentine.   Turpentine: Near the end of term, thoughts turn to making good use of the time- in this … Continue reading

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Moon and Crows

15°C, bight day, cold at night. Thick fog in the mornings. Ordered Computer guts: CPI-E6600 Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 2.4GHz LGA775 Processor HDS-320 SAT16 320Gb Seagate Barracuda 7200Rpm 16Mb Cache Sataii Hard Drive MBA-P5NESLI Asus P5NESLI S775,DDR2,PCI-E,SATA2,5.1Snd,GBLan, ATXPSH-4M580 HiperPower … Continue reading

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Bristol Zoo edits

14°C, cold fog then sun  Adobe Premier is an excellent program. I haven’t used it for months and after stripping the sound from some vidoes for school, I decided to put these vid’s together. It was a doddle to cut, … Continue reading

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Spring 1

15°C, from 5° this morning, sun all day. Willow in blossom.   mp4 player: it’s really quite good, the sound is much better than the last one. It really needs a lanyard now.

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Don’t look right

8°C, cold NE wind, warm sun and a struggle between them to decide the temperature. C=69 miles Pain in the neck: it could be a pulled muscle, trouble is it locks solid when I look over the right shoulder so … Continue reading

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iPod clone

9°C, dull grey clouds. I have it: a 4Gb mp3/4 player. It’s half the price of  an iPod, stores twice as much and will play wma sound files as well as video, text and photos. the downaide is the very awkward … Continue reading

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Ofsted away

9°C, rain IWM, Manchester: Trip with school to visit the Imperial War Museum, Manchester. There’s a good way to avoid ofstead. It is indeed an excellent place, but are we facing loads of Video capture ( there were 8 cameras … Continue reading

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Finnessy, Frith and Fear

3°C, more fresh wind and hailstorms, some with thunder! New stuff today: Too busy to even play it right now. Oh well, life can resume at the end of the week.

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