24th May 2007 at 10:05 am

Bogus SPAM emails

Unfortunately some lowlife Spammer has started sending emails out that spoof the sender so it looks like the mail originated from my domain.

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16th May 2007 at 8:14 pm

Site Update

16 May2007 – Updated to WordPress 2.2 .

11th May 2007 at 7:39 am

Yorkshire – Day 7, Sunset Now!

Last day of this short Holiday and the first one where it’s not been sunny when I got up in the morning. Still, 6/7 sunny days in early May is more than I had hoped for.

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10th May 2007 at 2:39 pm

Yorkshire – Day 6, Still Sunny and a Little Ottar

Whistle-stop tour today to get in some of the smaller places while the weather holds out. So far it’s been sunny everyday and I managed to avoid the areas where there has been rain.

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9th May 2007 at 5:52 pm

Yorkshire – Day 5, Now I’m a Twitcher!

It’s a very pleasant walk, marred only by swarms of flies – not quite on the biblical proportions of day 3, but still very annoying.Next, further south to Bridlington; much like Whitby and Scarborough – this is a traditional seaside town – but successfully avoiding the the tackiness of somewhere like Paignton or (I imagine), Blackpool. I took boat trip along the coast to Flamborough – it was a this point the sun decided to go into hiding, which resulted in a very cold voyage and bland views.I did, finally manage to sample what must me a Yorkshire delicacy (as I keep seeing them), a hot roast pork sandwich (actually a bap) with stuffing and apple sauce – very tasty.

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8th May 2007 at 4:36 pm

Yorkshire – Day 4, Lunch with Bryan Adams

I didn’t stay too long because I had other things planned, but it looks like a place you could spend a whole day.Next – Nunnington Hall – It’s one of those place with annoyingly late opening hours – 13:00…. 8/10.Finally, Rievaulx Terrace – a piece of land high up on the hill, built for the views over the surrounding countryside and also the Abbey Below – another 8/10.Oh and Bryan Adams was having lunch on the table next to mine in Nunnington Hall – Apparently he’s a photographer as well as a singer.

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7th May 2007 at 5:36 pm

Yorkshire – Day 3, Cleveland Way to Robin Hood’s Bay

Another fine day and another day without needing to drive. It’s around 6 miles between Saltwick (where I’m staying) and Robin Hood’s Bay – at least that’s what the sign says.

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