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Easy as Falling Off a Bike 5 - 12th Anniversary!

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It's the 12th Anniversary of the longest* story on BigCloset —maybe even the longest on the internet!

And we're celebrating with a new Kindle version of chapters 251-300!

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Easy as Falling Off a Bike

Easy as Falling Off a Bike - Book 3 - NEW! on Amazon Kindle

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How does life keep getting more complicated for “Lady Catherine”? It’s as easy as falling off a bike!

Cathy finds herself in hot water more often than a tea bag, and brews up a steaming “cuppa” trouble! Daring rescues, Telly interviews, flailing yard brushes and leaping dormice — it all seemed like a good idea at the time! Between adventures, there still seems to be time enough to for a poignant interlude with a troubled student, a frightening crisis for Stella, and some sobering considerations of her relationship with Simon.

Our simple girl just doesn’t seem to be able to keep things simple as her ongoing adventures continue!

Sorry no Bike this weekend

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It's the anniversary of my son's death and I've been up in Wales. He used to work in the Brecon Beacons National Park so we go up there to feel near him. It's also a place of amazing scenery, wild life and geology and very popular with walkers and hikers. Today, the weather was very clear so we were able to see Pen y fan, the highest point in South Wales, the neighbouring mountains of Corn Du and the Crybin, all of which are over 800 metres and the Monmouthshire Black Mountains to the east.

Sorry too tired to write tonight.

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It's been a trying week, far too many hours worked though I did learn that I'd passed my university exam so can proceed to the next level - it's like a very expensive computer game at times. Today, Saturday, is the anniversary of my son's death and I drove up to Wales and back, getting on for three hundred miles with a very early start.

Help stop the culling of badgers in the UK

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For anyone who has an address in the United Kingdom, please sign the petition to stop the culling of badgers. It's being done to supposedly prevent the spread of bovine TB, which is a serious disease. However, the science doesn't back up the killing of badgers and may make it worse by causing perturbation. This is the movement of badgers caused by change in the population through culling.

What a week or two!

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My computer played up, then an update from Microsoft coincided with my router doing strange things, only it took a day or two to work out what the problem was. Couple that with severe shoulder pain and consequent lack of sleep, a visit to the dentist on Friday the 13th, an impending deadline for my latest assignment and you can see I've had a great time.

Cosmologist Stephen Hawking has died.

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A man I greatly admire for his ability to cope with his motor neuron disease for so many years and to continue to work on his science despite his body barely functioning. Notwithstanding his illness he still managed to become a celebrity featuring in many documentaries and even the Simpsons as the 'wheelchair guy'. I can't think of any current larger than life scientists, who are really needed in this age of false news, to declaim the liars and bigots who seem to be in control. May he rest in peace.

Rumours of my demise...

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...are a trifle premature. Admittedly, a shoulder injury is making life tougher than it might otherwise be, but I'm still alive and brain boggled with my university studies. I've spent much of the day doing computer graphs on excel, which should be really easy to a normal human, but somehow whenever I go near excel it does weird things unlike the tutorials on you tube. The most used button - the 'undo' one.

Decline in insect numbers is worrying.

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I know most readers here see me as a nature nut and always harping on about some crisis or other in the weather or the environment, but this latest report, upon which this very readable article is based is frightening. I suspect the worldwide picture is that insects are declining at an increasing rate due to the over use and abuse of pesticides primarily, and then loss of habitat. One cause human activity, especially industrial farming.

Birdwatching Holiday in Spain.

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Apart from mosquito bites, which are heading towards twenty, I'm having a good time. Saturday had to be the most successful day, when we managed to get into the back of the El Hondo reserve (near Elche) and met up with some birders we saw last year. I doubt we would have seen some of the species without the extra eyes and expertise.

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