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Spoon carving is temporarily on hold, and I am back to making more functional items - first up a shoe rack for the hall.As I mentioned in another thread, since I've managed to sharpen correctly all my hand tools, I'm really enjoying the return to
Stoupa revisited in May 2010Mrs Delboy and I went to Stoupa 15 years ago on a cheap last minute deal. It was our first Greek holiday and we stayed at the Lefkatron Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis.During that stay we had a trip to Olympia and
Some of the pictures captured off video on my panasonic stills/video camera managed to get a few names for Zorbas map also added a few photos to fill the gapsThe first restaurant in the Stoupa town, Aggeliki's restaurant, very nice attentive people ru
God said: "Frank, you know all about gardens and nature. What in the world is going on down there on the planet? What happened to the dandelions, violets, milkweeds and stuff I started eons ago? I had a perfect no-maintenance garden
A husband and wife are shoppin in Tescos. Husband puts 12 cans of Stella in the trolley, the wife takes them out saying "They cost £10, they're too expensive!" Further down the aisle she puts a £20 jar of face cream in the
Time for another distraction.I saw this on another site and thought we could give it a try.The object is to construct a limerick one line at a time, which of course must follow the normal rhyming convention.Copy and paste the previous entry into
Mrs DB stayed S/C at the George Apartments with Manos/Thomas CookThe Apartments has a swimming poolThe buildings are just two storey high.They are based around a courtyard which is accessed through a small archway from the swimming poo