One day nobody had a car.
Wallingford Town fund raising race night fun! My strategy to win a race succeeded – just by a bet on every horse. Sadly, that’s not a strategy to win $£$£$£. Happily, the $£$£$£ lost went to the club. Everyone’s a winner.
Virgin Atlantic. Rather nice after the BA bus to Seattle and back.
A little climb up Snowdon with Rob, Bri and Martin.
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Sunshine after the hail.
Everyone else was asleep and missed the coldest morning of the winter so far. A nice day not to be riding to Cholsey.
Up early for some -7C frosty colour.
A walk on the clumps (Wittenham Clumps) with Ewok and Yogi.
A winter dog walk the easy way. Jump on the bike and ride up and down the lane through the snow.
It was very dark under the porch until I shook the snow off the yew branches.
I lost the next hour debating the merits of C over C++.
Number of charging leads required, R is given by:
where N is the current number of charging leads.
Wallingford Town, U19, 2018-2019.
gphoto2, a Raspberry PI and an EOS 40D equals some post-hangover computational photography.
On the beach, from the best place in East Devon. Yummy.
Honiton from Roundball. Not too damp neither.
Recruitment ask candidates if they are scared of heights. It’s because some of the rooms we use for interviews have floor to ceiling views like this. But if someone asked me ahead of an interview whether I was scared of heights, I might wonder what they had planned for me…
Evening dog walk with Chris and Kim. The mist rising from the fields as the sun slowly sunk below the horizon. Magical.
In monochrome (for those more discerning c r o s s o ak visitors).
In colour (for those that like their c r o s s o a k colourful).
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