Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Sunshine, Bath Wanderings, Uni Treadmill and Pizza

A lovely bright morning.
Great to see the sun through the front window. 
It's the time of year when a mystery reflection puts this shape on a wall in the morning. 
Blue skies over Solsbury Hill. 
Lots of berries about - food for hungry birds as the weather gets colder. 
This pumpking has peaked a little too early for Halloween. 
We went down in to town and saw the lights up in preparation for the big switch-on on 12th November. Don't know which celebrity they've lined up to flick the switch this year. 
Historic Bath. 
We went to the Little Theatre and saw Le Weekend with Jim Broadbent and Lindsay Duncan - a most entertaining film.
Walked back up through town avoiding the crowds and noticed this unusual street name. 
This was the only structure nearby resembling a bridge - don't know how trim it is. 
There's a modest claim outside the excellent Wild Cafe. 
Coming up Quiet Street towards Milsom Street. 
That's how to advertise your business.
Caught the bus up to the Park and Ride - like the way that this establishment covers all aspects of tattoos from installation to removal.
Drove to UWE for a session with my Information Systems students, and enjoyed these Olympic themed paintings I hadn't spotted before. 
Left as dusk was falling. 
Went into Bristol to meet up with Frank and Bob for a pizza at Planet Pizza, before making my way back to Bath.
This day a year ago, there was no blog posting for some unexplained reason…

When We Were Young(er) on Zakynthos in 1989, I enjoyed being on the beach with my full beard and hair still on my head.
Su's news story of the day (BBC website - click on the title for the full story):

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