I have not forgiven Lewes Council, or DeVeggie, or Archer, or Bellotti, or Stanley, or Hughton, or Bailey, or Whiteside, or Challis, or Saints and Spurs for that 0-0 in 1978.
I don't get over things and I don't move on easily. OK
Smog is a problem.
“FROM the towns all Inns have been driven: from the villages most. . . . Change your hearts or you will lose your Inns and you will deserve to have lost them. But when you have lost your Inns drown your empty selves, for you will have lost the last of England.”
Who wouldn't want to get deep inside #13?
“Melancholy is incompatible with bicycling.” James E Starrs
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Had constant nose bleeds from the (lack of) air pressure. Snotty bloody mess the entire time.
See I think that reinforces my point. So many lovely quirky names there. Who wouldn't want to live in Daisytown ? Or Friendsville ?
LOVING that town called Paint - located near Johnstown. If they ever have some kind of competition with a trophy, they could call it....
Oh, you know the rest.
"But you accept that there is an increased risk of vehicle/bat collision"
Thanks for the tips, by the way - baseball is definitely on the agenda, most likely the 5th May game against the Diamondbacks.
I also discovered that there is an aircraft museum, which will keep me happy and which my partner will have to tolerate.
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Is it me or is "Denver, Colarado" one of a few places that more often than not is said with both city and state. Why is that? Are there lots of "Denvers" meaning the State is important to identify which one is being talked about? Are there others where this happens.. "Boston, Massachusetts" possibly..