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UK 2017

In April my eldest son got married. So even though we were only ‘over here’ a year ago, it was back to the UK for us. This time because of work constraints – Easter before, and a couple of big events at the start of May, we only stayed a couple of weeks. As it turned out I managed to spend a lot of the time working, so we didn’t get to travel around at all. However, we did fit in a couple of day trips and some time with friends.

Langstone Harbour from the locks – Lock entrance wall. 2 pictures

Black and White photograph of Gary Allman and Ginger Davis Allman sitting on a bench at Milton Locks, overlooking Langstone Harbour, Portsmouth, UK.

Calm Center (Three) – We visited a place laden with memories for me and recreate a picture from ten years ago.      Two-minute read, 4 pictures

Basket Weaving – Weald & Downland Living Museum, West Sussex. 2 pictures

Vacation Days 3-5 – Working. All I had to do was create the artwork and then upload it all to the printer’s website — That was before we rented two weeks display time on an electronic billboard.

Vacation Day 2 – A quick visit to Commercial Road

Park and Ride bus by Victoria Park, Portsmouth

Vacation Day 2 – A quick visit to Commercial Road

Photograph of St. John's Catholic Cathedral, Portsmouth, UK

Vacation Day 2

Photograph of the former Zurich Building in Portsmouth UK

The Former Zurich Building, Portsmouth UK.

Photograph of the playground at Victoria park, Portsmouth

Victoria Park and Playground – Vacation Day 2 – A stroll through Victoria Park. 2 pictures

Photograph of the The Norrish Central Library, Portsmouth Guildhall Square, Portsmouth UK

The Norrish Central Library, Portsmouth Guildhall Square.

Photograph of Portsmouth Guildhall, Portsmouth UK

Portsmouth Guildhall & Guildhall Square. 5 pictures

Gear shift lever on a manual transmission vehicle

Bit Of A Cock-up On The Car Rental Front – What’s that stuck in the middle of the console? Vacation Day 2 – Sleep, rent a vehicle, and go buy some essentials for our stay.     One-minute read

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