The new website url is ….. wait for it …… http://codsfoot.co.uk not much to show but if you want to buy a book by Neil Baldwin be my guest. I have an Amazon seller account and if I sell enough books they pay me commision.
My brother lives up North where they have real weather. He was snowed in all last week and look at the icicles that he has on the side of his house. Proper weather!
If you need a logo or a banner for a site then try CoolText.com Here is one I prepared earlier.
My window at work, it’s a crap picture but I decide what goes up and what does not. Only a handful of people made it to work today. Off to Eastbridge later hopefully if the conditions allow. A41 is apparently shut between Berkhamsted and Hemel Hempstead, so fingers crossed.
It is very cold this morning. The roads around the estate are very icy, but when you get to the main roads they are generally clear. It was a bit tricky slowing down to get off the A41. Picture shows there is no work going on at the Aston Clinton dump.
It’s at the Natural History Museum in Tring until 8 March. The photo’s are as good as ever. A sign of the times though could not find one taken using traditional film. The winner Steve Winter was using a Rebel XT not the most up to date camera goes to prove you don’t have to have the latest equipment.
The badger is part of the new revamped exhibition.
Nada could not understand the point of a blog, like most things on the internet there is no point. We are at the Royal Siam in Aston Clinton the steamed prawns are recommended.
Justin Quinnell has a site dedicated to pinhole photography.
Coke Can Clean Your Toilet in a Pinch
from Lifehacker by Gina Trapani
When your toilet’s got rings and lime scale stains and you’ve got no cleaning gear on hand, grab a can of Coke out of the fridge.
According to wikiHow, you can pour Coke into a dirty toilet and the carbonic, citric, and phosphoric acids in it will break down stains, especially if you can leave it overnight to do the work. (Soda water will work too, without all the sugary residue.) Be warned though: this technique won’t save you from the dreaded brushing of the bowl itself.