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Monday, April 21, 2008

Some images from my weekend trip to the area of the Norfolk coast threatened with MANAGED REALIGNMENT.EDP Banner in a soggy WroxhamPotter Heigham SwanWinterton on Sea beach sign and village sign...
Bird sightings at Horsey Windpump. Never heard the Bittern...

Also discovered, while following up the Cambridge Fieldwork, an excellent CLONE TOWN resource that was used in a field visit during the GA Conference, and which has the good taste to link to my own growing clone town page to provide some comparative figures... Just downloaded the booklet to adapt, and also the powerpoint.

Also received my tickets today for an exciting event in June which I can't tell you about yet, but will tell you all about nearer the time... Keep reading !

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