- Take a train to tiny speck of a station.
- Trek through the Sussex country-side on roads without sidewalks.
- Step back into the late 18th/early 19th century of railways.
- Hop aboard a choo-choo train.
- Stare at guy in dirty overalls shovelling coal into the firebox of ancient steam locomotive.
- Inhale coal gas fumes in moving train.
- Gawk at adverts for companies, brands and products long since extinct.
- Take shortcut across a meadow that turns out to be grazing lands.
- Watch woolly and shorn sheep gambol.
- Marvel that gambolling doesn't just happen in books.
- Wade through a slushy path to a delightful little patch of green.
- Curse at rain for threatening to deprive a day of its cricket.
- Rejoice at the senior citizen players deciding to play anyway.
- Rejoice even more at the clouds relenting and deciding to let the sun through.
- Get picture taken with one of the finest commentators of all time.
- Laze through a cricket match with a pint of bright Sussex ale.
- Laugh at random commentator who keeps quietly asking spectators and players the names of the batsmen and bowlers.
- Shoot the breeze about cricket obscuridae with genuine lovers of the game.
- Run back through aforementioned meadow to catch taxi and train back home.
- Feel like a character out of a chilled out Enid Blyton novel.
Tuesday, 19 July 2011
Gotta get down on Sunday
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Best Sunday Ever. Amen to that!
Sounds awesome! :)
Care to share the Blofeld pic?
..and is there a way I can get alerts for non-techie posts here? :P
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