Category Archives: WWII

16th June (#61)

I set my alarm early as I had a route planned that would involve a bit of exploring around Hunsdon airfield to satisfy my boyhood curiosity. Having read about the airfield some more, I discovered that if you look hard … Continue reading

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8th May

Today was a public holiday. In the UK, there are 2 “Bank” holidays in May. The first is usually the first Monday of May but this year the government decided to push it back to 8th May, a Friday to … Continue reading

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Champs to chumps – This reminds of two things that have happened to me. One not that recently and one in the last 3 weeks, both on my commutes involving Audi. 1-In the winter, I was nearly rammed from … Continue reading

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Today was my birthday. I went for a ride instead of browsing the shops with the Next vouchers that I was given. It was an easy decision-ride on a sunny, mild day at the end of October or go shopping? … Continue reading

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Remembering them

But like you Grandad, the Crusaders of 386th Bombardment group, USAAF will never be forgotten… Continue reading

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