I took this in the afternoon, when I was out on a canal cruise to Enslow (see blog passim). After a little techical jiggery-pokery, it looks rather good.
I’ve fiddle with the contrast, slammed it into back & white and added a slight tint.
John used to be a BBC slave, working as a sound engineer on a myriad of programmes. He’s now a self-employed slave, with a sound studio on the barge.
It’s wonderfully well insulated. There is almost no echo at all.
…lots of electronic wizardry.
Lorna and Courtney came by for Sunday lunch. As you can see, Courtney still loves cow kind!
On Friday, I had a ‘cook in’ with Sue.
We cooked some MEAT too! Sue is looking jolly as we were singing along to Aretha Franklin.
“And I had to use THIS much cable…”
Mr Dudley has a lovely profile…
I had my liver scan today. The good news is that there’s nothing abnormal about my liver. It has some fatty deposits, which isn’t unusual, but then the rest of me has fatty deposits, so why not my liver?
So, who knows what’s up with me. I’ve been signed off for another month, and as I’m already seriously stir-crazy, I don’t think I’m going to be very good company.
[I took this picture in the Yorkshire Sculpture Park last year]
One of the things I enjoy about hanging out with ‘dirty bargees’ – is seeing how people decorate their boats. Here are some I saw on my trip to Enslow and back earlier this week…
As my more dedicated readers know, I have been confined to quarters with a tedious liver compalint. When Maffi asked me if I’d care to accompany him out for a cruise I nearly bit his hand off in my eagerness. In the event, Dr Bones came along as chaperone.
I have fairly major PC problems ce moment, so this is strictly the edited highlights….
As you can see, it was very misty when we set off from Thrupp.