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July 2006

another strange beast
just a few months ago we had a hedgehog under our bed and then we had beasts in our loft (turned out to be nesting birds whizzing around in our loft).
our latest strange beast is this which we found in our house. to begin with we weren’t sure whether it was dead or alive, so we got kezia to poke it gently with a small stick. it didn’t move, then we noticed its legs was falling off and it was a bit crusty.
any ideas what it is ?

revolution – just add water
it’s satisfying to know there are still places planning a banner revolution in the centre of our lovely city

2 vicars in gunge

a few things to notice about these two vicars in a gunge tank:
1) they are too tall for the delivery box
2) the recoil from the gunge tipping results in some upwards expulsion
3) theresa, the operator, looks to be enjoying it
4) les, who is a trainee vicar (i think) is watching from a safe distance
still, they didn’t seem to mind
(and no vicars with drills this year)

my bass guitar (as a jigsaw)

jacob was a roadie for our band last week and made this excellent jigsaw (i’m not sure how it relates to the Bible verse at the bottom though).

all sorts

ian said he went to Camberley and there were all sorts there.

me and guitar
someone pointed out that i don’t appear much on the blog, so here i am playing my bass guitar standing at a slightly odd angle. (thanks to peter for the band photos today)