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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
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 gaps The first restaurant in the Stoupa town, Aggeliki's restaurant, very nice attentive people ru
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
Stoupa revisited in May 2010 Mrs 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
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
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 Cook The Apartments has a swimming pool The buildings are just two storey high. They are based around a courtyard which is accessed through a small archway from the swimming poo