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Julian’s First Cache

On Saturday, we headed back to Putney to grab the last of our stuff from the house, as well as give our room a proper scrub down. Cleaning that little shower was hard work! The roof was just too high

Posted in geocaching, putney

The pubs along the river

Ever since moving to Putney, we’ve meant try out the pubs which are along the river, on the western side of Putney Bridge. With such beautiful weather this summer, we were hardly begging for opportunities, however we never seemed to

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Sorry for the slight delay

No matter how hard I try to avoid it, it seems as though I always end up getting the 08:22 train from Putney to Waterloo (though I bail after two stops, at Clapham Junction) in the mornings. I strongly dislike

Posted in gripes, putney

The Lawnmower Man

The grass in our backyard has pretty much laid dormant for the whole time we’ve been here… until now! The rain and sunlight that we’ve been getting since March seems to have been just what the grass-doctor ordered. By the

Posted in putney

Out and about

It’s been lovely weather this weekend in London – very cold, but nice, clear days. Given that we could actually see the sun, we tried to get out as much as we could to make the most of it. Yesterday

Posted in everyday life, putney, uk

Friends Oriental Food Hall

Competition update: It appears the competition is far harder than I expected, so I’ll make it a bit easier. Don’t worry about guessing who went over/under budget, just try to guess who bought what. Current entries are still ok unless

Posted in putney, restaurants

Christmas in Putney

We declared Sunday the 21st to be Christmas in Putney, since Kristy and I were flying out to Germany only a few days later. The first order of the day – after banana pancakes, of course – was opening our

Posted in putney, xmas

Carcassonne

I came home a few weeks ago to find a box sitting in the lounge room. Since I get all my packages delivered to work, I ignored it for a few days, until finally on the weekend I looked at

Posted in putney, uk

Overcrowding on London Trains

Kristy recently pointed out to me a website which calls for people’s opinions about overcrowding on overground rail routes. Having now been an overground commuter for a number of months, I felt I was in a good position to share

Posted in everyday life, gripes, putney

Composting like champions

A number of weeks ago, Kristy organised for our household to get a compost bin. Yes, we’re all hippies, and we’re concerned for the environment, so we’re going to do our part by composting that which can be composted. We

Posted in everyday life, putney

Recent Comments

  • Nick: Sorry to hear about that dude but I’m sure it’s much better to know. You’ll probably also feel amazing when you get real deep sleep again!
  • Lisa: Happy 1st Birthday, Leo! The picture w/ the sunglasses is priceless- just gorgeous!!! xo
  • Julian: Challenging pitch, provocative play – that match had it all. Incidentally, the stance I’m holding in the first picture is also the one I use for golf.
  • Tim: Just to let you know I’ve done exactly the same thing. Let’s just say the gentleman behind me nearly died as the shot rung out! Glad I’m not the only one!!
  • Janet: Good luck, my Epson WP4530 is 18 months old and is giving me a paper jam error message. The paper isn’t out and there is no paper jam. I have spent 3 hours inspecting, cleaning and...

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The only photo of the six of us

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The old museum

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In the General Assembly of the UN

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