Monthly Archives: June 2010

A sourdough crisis

Bad news on the bread front. The sourdough starter that I have been using to make bread for the last two years or so has given up the ghost. I’m not sure why. It’s usually quite vigorous. I feed it … Continue reading

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Horsey

First real trip in the boat. We left the mooring at Martham and headed up Candle Dyke, through Heigham Sound and into Meadow Dyke. We’d done this in a canoe earlier in the year and it had nearly killed us. … Continue reading

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Cometh the Bee Inspector

I was over in the Newmarket when the Bee Inspector arrived. He’d gone by the time I got back. I put in a call to find the outcome and couldn’t get a reply. Then a serious looking email arrived from … Continue reading

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Rehearsals

Over to the rehearsal studio for the first time in over a week.  Things had moved on. I watched a run of the second half and found myself filling up in scenes I’d grown accustomed to on the page.  The … Continue reading

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EFB

Worrying times in the apiary.  Patrick – who supplied the bees – has been diagnosed with a case European Foul Brood among his colonies. This is a notifiable disease in bee circles. He’s having to destroy hives. The FERA Bee … Continue reading

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Launch

I’m supposed to be worrying about the play which opens in ten days time but instead there’s been another launch to sort out. With a bump and a shove and lurch from Frankie’s Land Rover Gypsy Roma finally went into the … Continue reading

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Rehearsals

Rehearsals are under way for the Bentwater Roads. I went over for the first couple of days and I’ll go back at the end of the week to watch them run the opening section. It’s strange watching something that has … Continue reading

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