One man, lots of long distance footpaths. One website to tell the tales.
Too high, you can't get over it; too low, you can't get under it; too wide, you can't get round it.
Who would want to watch a Royal Wedding when they can traverse Wales in search of a massive reservoir and dam?
If I had a pound for every time I'd featured a stile in A Sunday Picture, well I'd have a pound.
What's the connection between Brent Cross and Star Trek? Find out in the totally brilliant Trekker way to see the capital.
Just one more thing... Columbo episodes reviewed and rated.
The totally pointless cartoons of Andrew Bowden
Various articles and sketches that have never been published anywhere, and have pretty much no connections with each other.
Just how do you pronounce the word 'scone'? We know. You will too, soon.
Random mutterings and unimportant chunnerings.
After ten and a half years of blogging, I've decided to put the blog on indefinite hiatus. And I didn't want to go without saying something.
It is said that one in every eight pounds spent in shops in the UK, is spent in Tesco. That's 12½p out of every pound goes in to Tesco's tills. And that's just one supermarket. Don't know about you, but I think that's scary and have done for a while. Supermarkets in general are dominating our lives. And they're spreading out like wildfire.
I don't know about you, but I use the same password for every website. I know, I know. I shouldn't. It's bad and wrong. One person could steal your password and get it in to all your accounts.
Planet Bods is the website of Andrew Bowden, Mancunian living in London who, since 1997, has been putting random gumpf on the web that just happens to interest him, and hoping people bother to look at it.