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Nowadays the ubiquitous pigeon gets a rather bad rap and is sometimes looked on as an urban scourge
My grandfather was a pitman. So were his brothers and some of his cousins.
Bedtime brought trepidation: bogeyman coming or Santa?
I’ll start with a firm favourite from my school days, the ancient Brit, Boadicea.
But then we touched on the Royals, and the recent visit of William, Kate and their children to our province.
So these are dire times for the Brits, but there’s one inhabitant at No. 10 who didn’t lose his position or any sleep
I suppose as an ex-Brit, though thoroughly Canadian spectator, I can comment on the results of Thursday’s EU referendum
The age is soon coming, so we’re told, when robots will do all the manufacturing there is to be done.
Nevertheless, he was renowned for his rapid retorts.
The Roman church became even richer from the offerings of high- and low-born travellers who sought saintly intervention.
I’m sure we‘ve all read that many, just like some Klondike gold miners who struck it rich years ago, embarked on wild spending sprees
Beware...beware...the crooks and creeps out there!
Pets and their people.......from bouncy to bizarre: conclusion
Pets and their people.......from bouncy to bizarre.
Among the hire help the butler’s word was law! It still is.
(Bits and pieces of history, travel and trivia, collected over the years by Bill Greenwell)
(Bits and pieces of history, travel and trivia, collected over the years…
A few days ago, the world and the German people in particular,…
As a typical ex-Northern Brit, with the blood of Saxon and Norse…
We were talking about cheese the other day and somebody mentioned that…