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Wednesday, 13 June 2007

Weekend reminiscences and intentions!

I can't believe I didn't mention what we got up to at the weekend!
Our trip to Ashridge 9th June 2007Jon took a trip up to see us, and we all took a wander round a part of the Ashridge park that we'd not seen before. There was a little wooden chalet tucked away in a clearing, and the children loved running around it, imagining what it would be like to live there. Great fun - and a wonderful alternative to sitting in front of the telly! There are more photos (and hopefully an amusing video, soon) in the gallery.

On Sunday, there was an open day at Dell Farm, a residential centre for schools to experience the life of a working farm. We were heading off there shortly after lunch, only to be told by Beth's folks (who had gone there earlier) that it was absolutely packed with people - something of a contrast to the recycling tour a couple of weekends ago!

Still, we went to the nearby Tree Cathedral for a slightly more peaceful amble around, so it wasn't a wasted journey.

Image FM.. more radio for your earsIt's short notice, I know, but Sunday marks the long-awaited return of Image FM to the internet airways. Again, in collaboration with the fine folk at FTLfm, we'll be on-air between 8pm and 10pm on the 17th of June 2007. If you can, why not tune in?

I've finally taken the time (with Jon's help) to configure the request module of the rather excellent OAS Playout software, so that'll be available before and during my show (which is going to be called "Jed Maxwell and the Ghastly Kwiksave Trombone. Of Azkaban") There's nothing better than an internet gadget to play with!

Posted by james at June 13, 2007 10:31 AM


 
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