Stories and anecdotes from part of my life in 2 British police forces, years in saddles of motorcycles - and other places I've blundered into ©
"a look I imagine the first alien visitor from another world will get when it's unlucky enough to land on earth to ask for directions"or perhaps the first person who hails from south of Camden Town!At the risk of sounding a bit "schoolboy", I do not understand how anyone on anything less than a lot of money could afford one of those tractors. How can there be more than a handful in the whole country? I can't afford a clapped out Micra!I presume that if you had catered for four you and Mrs HD had a good supply of food and wine!!
Good to see the HD's enjoyed their Christmas. Nice post mate, felt so serene at the end I wanted to go for a kip myself!By the way, not sure if you meant to paste our Analyst link to our broker site. Our fault for running so many blogs! If you meant to create the link to our police support site, its at http://thinbluelineuk.blogspot.comHope the New Year brings you plenty of peaceful moments!best WishesSteveEx West Midsaka Crime Analyst
Hi Blue. Even if I had more than enough money I would never want a Chelsea tractor on this wee Island. Now when/if we ever get to join the Canadian branch of the Hogdays I may well have something that befits a Canadian winter, as we drive it towards the sunshine.As for Christmas provisions, we had sufficient. (I rather thought my chosen picture was a good impression of `the alien` asking the way to San Jose - note the two fingered mitts - live long and prosper!)Hi Steve the Analyst: Yes, Christmas serenity was a rare day. Nice Blogsite by the way. I am slowly working my way through it. I suspect from your writings we probably have mutual friends.
Hd?Is your blog mad at my blog again?I can see the pic, and the posted vid, but no text. Or is the text in British so I just can't see it from Canada?I gather Christmas was good for the HD's, and rightly so. : )
Utterly astonishing how many people seem to believe that four wheel drive is some kind of exemption from the laws of physics...
As we say in the mountains... 4-wheel drive don't mean 4-wheel brakes.
PG: I'll re-post and see if that allows you to read what many literary critics have told me is a work of consummate mediocrity.JuliaM: The arrogance of these `legends in their own mind` brings out the Robespierre, lurking inside me. I would be swift and merciless.NickieG: My next music video attachment will be "Duelling Banjo's", just for you ;)
Morning Hogday,The common theme must be a JRT - she provides the excercise limits for us every day...Love the yarn about the 4X4. A few years ago, at the Daughts' school Carol Concert, all the 4x4s were parked at the bottom of a steep hill, as they had a fighting chance of getting out if it rained.But it did rain, and rain, and they didn't get out...So, so many red faces; lots of them... 'OK Yaaaaahs' were in the descendancy too...Happy New Year to you and Mrs HD!
Happy New Year, HD, to you and the Missus, all the very best in 2010.
Hi Scrobs and thanks for surfing in. Yes, here's to the mighty JRT's, all of whom think they're actually Rotties.I enjoyed the requiem on your blog. Perhaps I should work on one....`Requiem for a bogged down Hoooray in a 4x4`. HNY2U2PG: The same to you and yours. Maybe we'll make it back to Beautiful BC again in 2010
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