We spent the weekend in the UK looking at different areas that we could potentially imagine living in, that are commutable to Reading. I’ve just posted a quick explanation and some shots of the options. There are more (we should think about looking South of Reading, and over nearer Windsor) but living in central London
I’m just back on my own from the UK. Shannon is still there, after our weekend area hunting trip (more to follow later). I had an unusual day, being upgraded into Club World on BA (in those strange reclining beds they have on the flights), then being first off the plane (it’s been a while
We’re off to the UK for the weekend, trying to figure out which area of West London we’re most likely to want to live in. We have the choice of Urban (Putney Bridge, Chiswick etc), SubUrban (Richmond, Oxford etc) or downright countryside-ish (Henley On Thames). I need a coffee, newsagents, pub, river and train station
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My birthday weekend, which was all very nice. I was highly spoilt by Shannon. We stayed downtown in the ACE hotel, right in the heart of Belltown, in Seattle. Yes, Kirkland is only 15 minutes drive away, but staying downtown really makes us feel like we’ve been somewhere. Dinner and a movie. This time Bend
More tortuous Goldworthy-esque random geometrical images. Now with their own special page! Get a life, Richard.
What started with this… …has turned to this… …surely we don’t have to get rid of both of them? 🙁
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We spent the weekend in Portland, visiting friends, looking at stuff, staying in nice hotels with thick matresses, the usual… While we were there we also stopped at Fry’s Electronics (Richard’s first time). Oh, and the Gordon House, by Frank Lloyd Wright, in the Oregon Garden Center.