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Getting there…

Hallelujah, (complete with a few layout errors as my computer skills do not allow me to rectify them!) my second short e book is up for sale on Amazon kindle. “The Briefcase” tells of Jenson’s trip to Turkey in 2016 when … Continue reading

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Rustic Furniture and Missing Persons.

Rustic Furniture: I found a place to download my photographs.  I made a similar table back in Crete about ten years ago.  The top of the table is made from old pallet wood, the rails from transport timber, 2 and … Continue reading

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Just write a bit.

Apologies for not updating for a while, not that anyone was waiting I’m sure! Just to say I got the work on the campsite, and have completed one coffee table to go on the decking outside one of their new … Continue reading

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Missing funds.

I had a feeling before booking into my latest campsite last Sunday that there would be work for me there. We had a meeting this morning. They want some smart, different, quirky pallet furniture to go with their two new … Continue reading

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Time 4 Syria.

Noon Damascus time for an hour, that’s 10 am-11 am UK time, tomorrow, Christmas day. Anyone wishing to join me for any part of the hour sending positivity to the people and situation in Syria gratefully appreciated. I’m going to … Continue reading

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Oh dear!

Apologies again, getting confused.  I made a few mistakes on original “Angels for Aleppo” post.  I hope I have corrected them all now. If you feel like rereading it, please do so by going to my website again. Sorry, and … Continue reading

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Angels for Aleppo.

I was wondering how to spread my “Hands Up for Syria” campaign. I was considering a trip to speakers corner in London with a placard this Sunday, but speakers corner, along with a throng of interested and peaceful tourists usually … Continue reading

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