Bye bye crane

They took the crane away yesterday, the houses at the bottom of the road are nearly done (’bout time too) with just the tiles and the inside fitting to do. So they used another big crane to take our one away and now our nice landmark and finn’s first word is no more

Hair Cut!

Look who didn’t eat their crusts this week. Finn takes top honours in the curly stakes; for now at least. Good job the forecast isn’t for rain.

Alan scrubbing hard at the sink…or rescuing the last tea bag from down the drain


Well, having said I never get time to do stuff when travelling for work, here’s something interesting from the second trip in a row. I was in Brussels last week for a meeting, and our CEO arranged a tour of Brussels, including Brussels cathedral. We were fortunate to get a guided tour by Paul De Ridder, who worked on the 17year restoration project…

George Eastman House III

I don’t usually get the opportunity to go visiting places when travelling for work, but last week managed to sneak a couple of hours at George Eastman House (Mr. Kodak) in Rochester, New York State. This is one of the gate posts.

Thanks to Brent for the great idea.