On March 8th, 2020. I find few words to describe here my feelings on the birth of Aaron. A son to Sarah and Mariusz. Our grandson. Carol and I drove to Bern so that Sarah would have her mother around, before and after. Aaron was born about ten days later than originally predicted, though clearly… Continue reading Beautiful baby boy born in Bern
Récharge Véhicule Electrique? Another service station, near Dijon, again had just one designated EV parking bay. It was sad-looking, and unoccupied. A cable had obviously been laid, under a pedestrian pathway, between the charging point and a Cummings diesel generator adjacent to a large metal fuel tank. The generator was running and emitting diesel fumes.… Continue reading Returning from Bern, 11-12 March
An update. These are travel photos. Interesting, for us at least, but not the life-changing news to be described in a subsequent post.
River Oise near Danizy in Picardy.
In Ship Cottage again. A week earlier this year. Weather much the same as last year, though less cold.
Sanchon. Extraordinary. Superb foods I’d never even heard of, with a traditional Korean temple cabaret, apparently.
“A Place to Wish for Peaceful Reunification” At The DMZ.
To give the 2019 Beach Lecture in the Department of Biochemistry, and visit good friends and colleagues in a great, new research laboratory.
23 March. At a rough guess, about twice the number of people who were at the March for a People’s Vote. A long wait at the advertised starting point in Park Lane. A bottleneck into Piccadilly. We eventually turned into Green Park, eventually to meet our daughter, Sophie. Lunch in St. James’s Park and then… Continue reading Put it to the People
A birthday return to the Gower in mid-December. Wonderful. Atrocious weather was just part of the adventure. Recommended.