I bet Robin a tenner he couldn’t get over without getting his feet wet.
My original plan to divert to the 2018-08-23 51 -1 hashpoint during my planned journey North-to-South along almost the entire length of the 51 -1 graticule was ruined somewhat by the hashpoint turning out be farther North than my starting point! So I changed plans and overshot my destination in order to visit the 50 -1 hashpoint, instead (and find a couple of geocaches on the way). Here’s how that went.
1¾ year-old is Thunderstruck.
Bonk! Bonky bonky bonk bonk.
What is it? What is it for? I’ve never seen anything like it before!
Ten minutes of early afternoon weekday traffic in early November, using the new grade roundabout installed earlier in the year.
Just because there hasn’t BEEN an episode of Godzilla Huntley’s IRL (the “Family Vlog”) in a long while doesn’t mean that I can’t do a review of one, right?
Music: Starkey, by Koona, used under a Creative Commons license.
With special thanks to Doreen Huntley for the idea that turned into this video.
If you’re a tourist on one of “Jump Man” of Footprints Tours’ tours, I’m sure that the obligatory “jump for a photograph” moment at the end is a fun novelty. However, the novelty quickly wears off when you work in one of the library offices right next to their usual spot, and the call of “3… 2… 1… JUMP!” is the loudest thing you hear all day, each day, throughout the summer season.
In May 2016 I was lucky enough to get to take a tour through the disused/non-public tunnels underneath Euston Station in London. The whole experience was fantastic, but a particular highlight was getting to stand in a ventilation shaft directly above the Victoria Line platforms, where this video was taken. Travelling the underground, it’s easy to be unaware of the network of tunnels around the ones you’re in, bringing air and electricity from the surface.