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Friday, 21 April 2017

Me

I just happened to be digging this out for something else, and thought I could include it here:




It is obviously from my pre-stroke days, but only by a few years. I was a keen cyclist back then - I still have that shirt and it was an XS! It was taken on the Dutch island of Texel (I didn't cycle there, but I cycled while I was there), really close to a memorial (a mangled propeller) of a Lancaster bomber, which crashed there during the war.



https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@53.0730597,4.6430056,11z?hl=en

There are thousands more photos on my Flickr stream. although I don't bother much any more. I could blame this on the stroke, but that's not really true - there were several months between shots even before the stroke.

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