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My son has a British Army issue desert pattern DPM hat from Silverman's. Its a few years old now and still going strong. I'm not sure how back...
Oxleas and Jack Wood get a mega thumbs up from me. I haven't been to Eltham Park for years, nay decades! A wonderful place for having a little bit...
Ah! Ruffe, greedy little guzzlers. We used to catch plenty when ledgering in Canbury Gardens on The Thames as kids. Related to Perch I think.
I bought a Praktica BC1 thirty plus years ago. I thoroughly enjoyed using it!
Tinkering with Cokin filters too.
This thread has just reminded me of a website that I used to enjoy a few years ago. Happily it's still around, godecookery.com.
Getting back to...
I have a neighbour who's a bus driver, he's what you might call a regular guy. I get the impression that he's rather stressed by some of the...
Similar in appearance perhaps, memory can play tricks of course but I remember it being far easier to use and of superior quality than one of...
It was simply referred to as jelly.
I wouldn't relish tucking into a bowl now though!
My father served in the BAOR during the late fifties and into the very early sixties. One of the pieces of kit he kept was a very small can...
No Janne, it was packets of lurid coloured gelatine. Think of jelly, trifle and children's party's. We used to chew it straight from the packets:(
I'm quite partial to the occasional tin of spam , a store cupboard essential!
Likewise the simple pleasure of knocking up a corned beef hash using...
At risk of being horribly unseasonable, this brings back memories of Blue Peter. Two wire hangers, lashed together crosswise, whatever little lids...