Wednesday, 18 September 2013

Time for an adventure.

Time for an Adventure!

Did you actually think I’d keep the Jazz Festival at St. George’s Wharf on Thursday 19th and Saturday 21st September a secret from you?  Keep it just for me?

Am I that mean? Google it – you should go.

I have no idea why there is no Friday, but on the Saturday you can catch Larry Stabbins of ‘Working Week’ fame as well as;

The James Taylor Quartet

Which has to be the coolest band ever.

Now all I have to do is be OK for Saturday and be sure that I can leave the person I have to look after.

It’s an all day-er and a fair bit of travelling too. For me that counts as an adventure!

Meanwhile I am in denial mode – my meeting with the clinician at St. Peter’s was a week ago and I’ve been ill since then. Which is my excuse for not writing it up, but I will get it done.

Actually, it was really tough.


CLUE No 10

Here’s the question;

7000 what? By whom?


Clue Number 10;

He was enigmatic, charismatic.

The story so far;

It’s a work of art by one of my favourite 20th century artists.

He was very European, a sculptor and an early pioneer of performance art. Some of his sculptures were very intimate – vitrines (small glass cases) filled with everyday objects while others were huge and brutal depictions of a brutal century.

When you’ve got the answer, e-mail it in to me at;

The first right answer wins a combat bracelet, made by me.


Neil Harris

(a don’t stop till you drop production)

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