As seen outside of the Kensington Homebase last weekend:
I caught this weather report back in November, when it was especially rainy.
Naturally, I could not resist the hilarity that is the town names of Mumbles and Dunkeswell.
This posted the question of where these places are, and much to our surprise, Mumbles looks gorgeous- at least according to this website.
I think it may be our first car trip, once I get my license!
…including the Mansion House tube stop.
I like how the “Tea Point” is nestled between the safety- oriented signs.
(Sorry for the blurry photo… the phone’s photographic capabilities are clearly compromised by walking. )
- That we saw “Live Premier League…” in the Sky TV Guide, thought football (soccer) was on, selected the program, and learned that the program was, much to our horror, “Premier League Darts” (Burn!)
- That a repeat of Premier League Darts is shown in HD on Sky Sports while there’s plenty of Vancouver Olympics to be shown. Surely, somewhere in Vancouver, there’s Luge in progress?
- That Bank of England Governor Mervyn King shares his name with darts dynamo Mervyn King. The former has probably been guiding economic policy in silence, while the latter has Motörhead’s King of Kings as a walk on song. (Walk on song?)
FYI: Drinking during competition was banned by the British Darts Organization in the late 80s.
This one’s for Squier.
According to BBC Weather, nearly all of the United Kingdom will be underwater by ten o’clock tomorrow morning.