walking the long way round pays off, capturing a rather moody looking image of a church in Waltham Cross
taken by Glen Byford using a Casio Exilim EX-Z60, March 31st 15:08pm
Another tail of memories from way way back past the 40 year mark, Sardines on toast, I won't bore you with to many details, I tried pilchards in tomatoes sauce recently, use to like them perhaps I had no choice as a boy. The sardines went down very nice popped under the grill with pepper on, et them today sitting in the garden with the warm sun in my eyes.
The only small powers I have are limited to Photoshop.
Have not listened to this for a long long time.
Uncle Harry parted from this world some 20 years ago
As a small boy I remember him having a long row of boots all like this in his small room at Granns this pair I have and keep oiled with Neatsfoot in his memory.
Coincides or what I started working on this memorial tribute last night.
Glen has always supported local good causes and had the ability to get his thoughts down on paper.
Since his teenage years Glen has followed the London and more local Enfield music seen.
For a good few years Glen has been reviewing the for mentioned music in the Enfield Advertiser.
Gaining many friends and helping many more start networking and supporting each other. I don't know about you but I remember being young when starting to make my own way and gaining confidence was all helped by local bands and the friends made on nights out.
Enfield's Artist in all genre need help in keeping the flow of information to and from all corners of Enfield.
This is part of that so called BIG society of Which we at some time need help from
when i first caught wind that The Weekender, the entertainment section of The Enfield Advertiser, was under threat things were a little bit hush hush... but word gets around doesn't it.
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Inspired by photos from my last walk in to Waltham Abbey. The title comes from a old
12 inch 78 rpm record we had at home 50 years a go.
It was the birds sing that I liked more than the words on the recording
Just found it on you tube would never of thought it sounded like this
after all them years o well it has been 50 years.