Monthly Archives: May 2014

Fornells

Last week I was away on my annual windsurfing trip to Fornells Bay in Minorca. As far as my windsurfing goes, progress is certainly swifter in some quarters than others. I can take reasonably big winds these days, and notch … Continue reading

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Redbreast

However hard I think I work sometimes, there’s definitely one fellow who’s working harder. This robin took up residence in the chaotic spill of ivy engulfing part of my garden fence, and at all hours of the day, little Wyclef … Continue reading

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Danish dampers

Another of my regular cookstrips for The Scout Association. I remember reading an interview with Len Deighton (who pioneered the cookstrip format) when he said that the main consideration with his drawings was fitting them into the gaps between the … Continue reading

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