Damn right it doesliz wrote:does "really nice hotels" count as a hobby?
Funny you should mention that...liz wrote:Blimey. But what did you do for beer/church architecture/gaming?
Dude, you travel a long way for your off-roading! I take my hat off to you!SN wrote:Love it. I do have a bike but I mainly work from home so the Landy doesn't come out much and so I am reasonable carbon friendly.
And besides - you can't do this on a bike
And yes that really is the Sahara...
How many books do you have on the go at once?liz wrote:I got really stressed out around the end of February (no points for guessing why), and decided I would read more Crap Books. (They are capitalised thus in my head.) I'm still reading lots of Non-Crap Books (I've got the Alexandria Quartet on the go at the moment), but I've been making some space to simultaneously read Gardner Dozois Sci-Fi compilations, historical bodice-rippers about 17C Japan and Things with Dragons on the Cover.
It's surprisingly good for the soul.
(*Reads Scone's post* - I am also keen on church architecture - whole shelf of books on it - and beer.)
He needs a vehicle whose suspension can do 8" up and down as it comes out of the factoryScottBouch wrote:SN wrote:I have a friend in Wellingborough who's currently raising his Pajero by 8 inches (quite an engineering challenge)...
Yes, our 5 month old baby takes up most of our time...jamesh wrote:...Anyone who says that children won't change their lifestyle is deluded, I do hardly any of the stuff above any more.
don't worry Liz, it's a mostly theoretical interest however i do give fair warning to those that are planning to annoy me not to accept an offer of a shellfish dinner at my place especially if I mention i have been repotting asperdistrasliz wrote:
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