Monthly Archives: December 2013

2013 in review

WordPress.com stats helper has prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.  It begins with a weird comparison of number of viewers and trains, and has evidence (among lots of other info) that the blogs about commons and greens score … Continue reading

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A visit to Footpath 12 Ystrad in the Rhondda

Open Spaces Society is consulted on all path orders, and this one is unusual.  It concerns the proper recording of a short path which follows an old dram line.  By “proper recording”, I mean that the Definitive Map and Statement … Continue reading

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“Avoiding common poisons” – a talk for horsey people

Last week, there was a good turn-out at Tonteg community centre for a vet’s talk about how owners can avoid their horses suffering from poisons.  The British Horse Society organised the evening and David Agnew provided the expert information. Many … Continue reading

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Bypass building, buses & Blake

It is a while since I dropped into the National Museum in Cardiff, and I wanted to see the Peter Blake illustrations for Dylan Thomas’ Under Milk Wood.  This is the flyer – there are also lots of talks and … Continue reading

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