Discussion in 'Forum Competitions and Themes' started by dream_police, Oct 31, 2020.
Still are referred to as ginnels in Manchester/Lancashire.
That's very nice. I looked on google maps - that must be taken from the Aksla viewpoint?
Funny how words can be very close. The book I'm reading is set in the 1380s. They often speak of runnels. Gulleys carrying waste water and unmentionables down alleyways.
Open for takeaway only.
Les Deux by Nigel G, on Flickr
Open to the sea - lock at the end of the canal at Bude
DSCF1419.jpg by Pete, on Flickr
Yes, eight hundred or so steps up to get to the top, but well worth the view. The ship - to the left - is the Nordnorge, on which we sailed from Bergen to Kirkenes and back again. Superb 10 days.
Google maps shows a road to the top, restaurant and carpark
Standing in front of an open fridge and thinking "Could someone else decide what's for dinner please?"
Gave up and opened a packet of crisps instead.
There is indeed a road to the top. But the steps are the short route - and the only vehicle we wanted to take to the top was shanks' pony.......Hee haw..
Im sure @LesleySM could help you out, I see beer and frankfurters!
Not sure the veggie among us would thank me for that. And to be honest, I'd only want the beer.
Unwrapped for the last time - what was 3 weeks ago, almost 1 kg of proper farmhouse red Leicester! If you are wondering, the board is made of Sycamore, an at least 150-year old family 'heirloom'.
That's enough closure for now!
Where I live, the regional equivalent to Radio 1 has a sunday arrangement with various chefs. Phone in between 9 and 12, tell them what's available in your fridge etc. and, off the top of their heads, they'll come up with a menu for you, including 'how to do' various aspects of it!
Sounds wonderful! In the end I opened the freezer and hauled out a variety of leftover tubs, defrosted, mixed, added some herbsn and served with pasta. It was pretty good for a hodgepodge.
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