Vote for me a couple of times, just to get me started up the rankings.
Hard decision part 1 was moving my ISP, which wasn’t that hard a decision at all really.
Hard decision 3 was getting rid of my fancy expensive mountain bike that sits in the corner of the kitchen and rarely gets ridden because I’m so scared of breaking it. I just took it to Bike Doc and hopefully they’ll give me part-ex on a lighter hardtail that I can take for long back country treks. (I know there’s precious little back country around Manchester, but that’s what the train is for.) To be honest the Giant was a bit of a rebound bike, something I bought in an attempt to get over the hurt of having all my bikes nicked whilst I was in Surrey. It was pure lust at first sight and the relationship never really flourished the way it should.
Hard decision 2 was to have been quitting my course, but the closer I came to doing it the harder it became and the more obvious that it was actually a bad decision.
And as if all this deciding stuff wasn’t exhausting enough, Bad Clanger has developed another habit.
Photo Friday now has a vote for noteworthy pictures. They’re currently judging last week’s (motion). Photos are listed in reverse order, Spinneyhead is number 60.
In the dynamic flow of a battlefield equipment can get lost or captured. A quick trip through captured and repurposed weaponry-
The world of captured planes
Captured Allied planes (Warning- cheesey beyond belief music, which is a shame because there are some very useful images here.)
A collection of pieces about captured B-17s
Fleet Air Arm planes captured by the Axis
A gallery of tanks captured by the Germans
Modelling a captured Russian KV-2
Israel made good use of captured T54s and T55s and various other vehicles.
Russian tank museum, including many captured tanks.
Captured First World War tanks.
Ships captured by the German Navy.
I had a really vivid dream last night, one of those dreams that you wake from and just know you should write down the details in the morning because your subconcious is telling you something incredibly important.
But now I’ve forgotten what it was about………