Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Contingency Sample

Over 40 years ago the world was gripped by the American attempt to land men on the moon and return them safe to Earth. Around 4a.m. on 21st July 1969 I was in the home of my sister’s in-laws and … Continue reading

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The Beginning of the End

Today saw a significant change in that, instead of setting out each day and heading south and/or east, this morning I changed direction and headed west down the A8 “La Proven├žale”. Yes, it was another sad farewell to Villeneuve Loubet … Continue reading

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Fuel consumption

The rain continued all day and right into the evening, and it really was heavy. I had to console myself at the boulangerie across the road, where I got an excellent tuna salad, a chocolate millefeuille and an apple pastry … Continue reading

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