Monday, 10 March 2008

Biker Ted's Award

A very belated thank you to Becky at for honouring me with this award in Feburary. I was most surprised with this as my blog had only been up and running since early January. Here’s hoping I can keep on posting things of interest and maybe help some people to go and investigate different places and events.

In the time honoured fashion I will forward this award to the following sites I have been visiting.

WW1: Experiences of an English Soldier This site is being run by the grandson of William Lamin who was a soldier in WWI and his letters are being posted as they would have been received ninty years ago. It gives an incredible insite as to how things were in that period. This is even more poignant as he lived in Ilkeston, a small town about fifteen miles away from us and he also worked in a lace factory, as once did Ian for nearly fifteen years. We cannot read Norwegian but Gawo posts some very good scenic shots from around his country. It reminds us of the time that we have spent over there and occasionally we can say “We’ve been there!”. One day we will return but we have two big birthdays coming up in 2009 and 2010 so I’m not sure wat is being planned at the moment. This site deals with all things connected to life on two wheels, be it from the past or artwork or musical instruments!

Sorry gussisue I think that I would be biased if I put forward for this award.

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