A couple of weeks ago Son 3 and I visited Milestones museum of social and industrial history in Basingstoke. A brilliant day out for all ages, but children under 10 might not be so interested. See the link for more details. Sounds a bit dry but we found it fascinating and were most impressed that a Victorian town has been painstakingly recreated in what looks like a huge aircraft hanger: real shops with real items, real trains etc. I was amused by the kitchen history section as I still use some of the items on show.
Interesting clip on the Sony reader on the BBC website. I suppose it might be good for a long holiday but you'd be worried about losing it.
Something else I've often heard about haven't seen before: Angus & Robertson in Australia have installed a Print on Demand machine for out of print books. Do look at it.
Haven't been blogging lately as have been trying to Get Things Done, as the Country Lady would say, including having the ivy above cut back. I don't know why I planted all these darn creepers now.
Ate lunch outside in the glorious sun today. Quick lunch recipe: stir-fried beansprouts with squidy fried tomatoes and mozzarella. That's fusion food, I reckon, according to the latest TV chef programme I'm watching.