1495Hrs- England And St George!
St Georges day today. In recent years being English has seemingly become something to keep quiet about, and the cross of St George is usually only seen when an important international football or rugby match is going on, but I’m pleased to say that there now appears to be a year on year increase in awareness of our National Day, hey maybe one day we may even get a holiday! Whatever, I’m proud to be English and as many of you will know ‘Gleda’ is an old English name and she is being built in the very heart of England so I feel it right and proper to highlight the fact. The photo above was taken outside the local cricket club just down the lane from where I live and it put a smile on my face on the way to the barn.
It’s amazing what a difference a night’s sleep can make to dealing with problems. After the frustrations and anger of last night things couldn’t have gone better tonight and I now know how I am going to tackle the job. I decided that the best way to show you was with another video. Many thanks to Jon Sutton for the suggestion of using hardboard templates, it was certainly a possible solution but hopefully I’ve cracked it without needed to do this. As always though I really do appreciate helpful comments like these.