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I'll be in electronic incommunicado for just over the next week or so (a holiday, I think). As such, apologies in advance for any lack of reply during that period!

 

Cheers,

 

Paul

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jabonko

Will that affect the release of Yog Radio 30?

 

If you are indeed going on holiday, then all I have to say is: have fun!

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PoC

Yes it will, so likely early July for Yog Radio #30. Various unforseen events have caused delays. Such is life!

 

Cheers!

 

Paul

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Evans

Going anywhere special? Enjoy yourself!

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PoC

A cottage, somewhere in England...

 

Hmmm, maybe I should use that as an opening line to a scenario sometime. ;)

 

Cheers!

 

Paul

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Evans

Well have a nice time there, I hope the weather is good.

 

Actuely thinking about it, I hope the trafic is'nt to bad what with the whole summer solstice thing.

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lordof1

Have a great time! Just don't watch Straw Dogs tonight....or 28 Weeks Later...I'm sure it'll be fine :)

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PoC

Maybe I should take along those copies of Blair Witch and Dog Soldiers. ;)

 

Paul

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thewordwasaphex

Uh... Blair Witch is set in America...

 

However, if you are in a cottage upon our Sceptered Isle, don't forget to watch Doctor Who tomorrow night!!!

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PoC

A late post, but just to say we had a good time, lots of walking and fresh air!

 

Ended up wandering around South Yorkshire, Derbyshire and the Peak District. Thanks to everyone for the well wishes. I would certainly recommend the Peak District as a place to visit.

 

We also entered 'The Devil's Arse' which was fun and educational. :twisted:

 

Paul

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Badger

 

We also entered 'The Devil's Arse' which was fun and educational. :twisted:

 

Paul

 

Did you come out okay, or were there complications? :wink:

 

-=badger

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PoC

It was a bit of a squeeze at times. :)

 

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Plunging deeper into the Devil's Arse...

 

Paul

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Badger

*groan*

 

 

Any running involved?

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PoC

Thankfully, no, but a lot of bending over... ;)

 

on Lumbago Walk.

 

Such a rich vein for innuendo, hard...to...resist...!

 

Paul

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PoC

We were also told that we could rent it out for an evening.

 

A snip at £750 a night. Popular with Covens, apparently.

 

Paul

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Badger
Thankfully, no, but a lot of bending over... ;)

 

on Lumbago Walk.

 

Such a rich vein for innuendo, hard...to...resist...!

 

Paul

 

I shant ask if any nuts or trail mix were consumed while you were in the bowels of Devil's Arse. That's just too easy of a joke.

 

-=b

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PoC

Once more Helen and I journey off into the analogue world!

 

We'll be awaying cottaging in the Cotswolds for a week for a bit of a break (though somehow I can see a few evenings of audio processing for the DVD and Walker in the Wastes). :8E:

 

Should be back before the end of the month and the cats are being well looked after by some of the Bradford Players.

 

It should be fun (hopefully relaxing) and I'm sure educational! (Stonehenge, Bath, Avebury and other places.)

 

Paul

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Evans

I hope the both of you have a nice time.

 

(not meaning to pester but how is the Walker in the Waste audio going? You mentioned parlor games...)

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PoC

It's cold up north. :) A couple of sessions recorded but tops & tails and various bits & pieces need sorting out first.

 

Paul

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Evans

Are we going to get the handouts for download like the other two?

 

Either way we look forward to it.

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N-kun

i was thinking that too...

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jabonko

Well... after the previous mentions of "snoodling" on the podcast, I'm not surprised. :wink:

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PoC

It was a nice cottage. :)

 

Just a few quick pics...

 

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The Roman Baths at Bath.

 

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Silbury Hill.

 

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West Kennet Long Barrow.

 

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Paul helping to keep the stones upright in Avebury.

 

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Stonehenge!

 

Paul

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Lammomedes

Wow...Paul must have gone to both Stonehenge and the Roman Baths on the least crowded days of the year.

 

I found this to be a bit more typical of the crowds at the baths on my two excursions over the last two years.

 

(snip...that didn't work out in posting the image...)

 

Okay, let's just say you couldn't move about for all the crowds.

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