For our wedding anniversary a few months ago we decided to get each other tickets to see Magic Goes Wrong at the Theatre Royal in York. Mrs Loons went up on the train earlier in the day as she was having a light lunch with a friend, so I did my day’s work and thenContinue reading “York – Magic Goes Wrong”
Saturday… Today Nineteen degrees difference in temperature!
After the three incredible storms in a row we had a magnificent rainbow today – a full arc double bow complete with some really spectacular supernumerary bows easily visible. Here are some of my flooding photos, mostly taken around the Don and Dearne valleys.
Even though officially it’s not been named as a storm (yet) we’ve got another chunk of really horrible weather coming across us today.
Yesterday was yet another epic run out for a gig. I’m getting tired of these two hour journeys now (*there’s light at the end of the tunnel as a local agent has now took us on). The A1 all the way up to Newcastle for a change – no A19 required. A few changes thoughContinue reading “The epic gig.”
So yesterday I suited up to take some outdoor pics of me in my full leather suit. I’ve become somewhat of a recluse just lately, especially since getting my own decent sized unit which I can store and wear all my gear in. Now the problem is that one of the woodlands I used toContinue reading “Strap yourself in… This is amusing!”
We were in Hull today. This hit just after we arrived.
We have had a rather snowy winter this year. We have often gone for 2 years with no snow but this year we’ve had a few bouts of heavy snow which have settled. This morning I started work late. Too hazardous at first to take the van out, so I went to mum’s in theContinue reading “Snow! Again!”
The flood barriers were up all around Wakefield yesterday.
We had a bit of a fall today. It started at about 8 am and didn’t really stop until the early evening. I got caught in very heavy traffic on the way home from work though, plus a few idiots who really didn’t understand the laws of physics got themselves stuck on slight gradients. AnyoneContinue reading “3 inches of snow.”