Clearly, it was not that Dogsbody was MC this evening that encouraged so many enthusiastic musicians to turn out on this warm evening that might be a portent of summer.
We didn't need the central heating!
|The Trotters are here!|
They were particularly good.
Jan and John came for their first visit.
Rosie from Yapton came back, so we must be getting something right.
Ken and Mave have returned from yet another exotic holiday.
|Q. Assuming a force-3 Sou-westerly|
breeze, how long will it take to arrive
A. About 45 minutes on the 700 bus!
There is no universally agreed answer, but one definition states that one league is the distance to the horizon, as viewed on a clear day, by a person of average height on board ship. This is estimated to be about 3 nautical miles, but it will be different for the vertically-challenged.
We warmed …
|... but I'm warm, through and through.|
|Here: borrow my sable cape|
that someone lost at The Astor.
|Jan found her Demon Lover.|
|My needle and my thimble|
to the winds I'll throw.
|Jo & Graham sang about|
a fast train
It didn't stop here ...
|"...'tween waking and sleeping."|
Adrian sang an hypnotic song about a river. He wrote that himself: rapturous applause!
Jan sang about celestial bodies ...
Graham and Jo sent us home on the last train …