Chocolate covered banana flavoured marshmallow sold by Scandinavian butik
From Google search 1. a box containing sand, especially one kept on a train to hold sand for sprinkling on to slippery rails. 2. a virtual space in which new or untested software or coding can be run securely. Original photo supplied by Andy Anderson, who wrote, when asked for a picture… The sort of sandbox I’m thinking of isn’t really a visual thing: it’s a play area for application developers to compile and run quick tests. A virtual space in which new or untested software or coding can be run securely. As used by CLS AD folk! I’m surprised you didn’t already have it! The internet mostly has pictures of children playing in receptacles filled with sand, but I prefer the railway version, used for applying sand to slippery rails: Thanks Biggles. Original source of photo: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Sandkasten_BR103.JPG BTW. Sandkasten is the German for Sandbox. Sandkasten bauen means “build a sandbox”, which we will treat as sandbox building.
Until recently we had two gates to the road. Apart from days when the wind has blown them, they’ve never been shut. They’re showing signs of aging. I decided it was time to take them down. This screw delayed the process somewhat. Having failed to loosen it with an impact screwdriver I tried drilling it out. That failed too, so I resorted to brute force with a crow bar. I’m pleased to report that one gate has now been removed and dismantled. Not sure what to do with all the ironmongery yet.
I was in Foyles last week, looking for supplemental book about React JS. I didnt find one, but did spot this. I have no idea what Spring Boot is.
Susan and I played pooh sticks at this bridge crossing the river Yvel at Loyat every time we went for a walk along the bank. We saw two coypus, but they were rather camera shy.
The cote sauvage at Portivy. In the distance we watched a lone surfer.
A literal translation of ‘haricots mer’?
Preparing my travel hair wash I poured some of my current shampoo into whatever was already in a much smaller bottle. I don’ think this form of blending will catch on. I’ll stick to tea.
On sale at the Stansted Christmas fair.
Recently I noticed that my Gravatar profile read as follows…
Herb Miller is a WordPress specialist from Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, UK. In 2009 he travelled to the Far East with a Gripp II squeeze ball and started writing a blog at thegrippii.wordpress.com – entitled “The gripping adventures of a squeeze ball”. He now spends most of his time developing plugins for oik-plugins.
When I got up on the 24th November 2016, I looked out of the window and noted that it was still breezy. It’s not something you find on the Beaufort Scale. This photo, taken at Hayling in January, was edited from a still of a video, catching the waves as they crashed into the sea barrier protecting the stony beach.
So it was a strong breeze then, and it’s still breezy now.