The boy loves his tunnel. Fact.
Weirdness from the Eden Project.
The boy done good. RSPCA inspection passed. Time to relax.
Not a bad proof of concept, though the Aubergines were overcooked as they were pretty mushy. Actually, it needed some heat so leaving the chillies out wasn’t a great idea either. Those issues aside, not a total failure…
Fully embracing the vegetablist world – raw Brussels Sprouts tossed in olive oil with cheddar, feta and apple, then seasoned with sea salt and black pepper. Served up with some parsnip crisps. Very nice indeed. Fun to photograph too.
W00t! My World of Woodlice T-Shirt turned up! Designed by Chris Packham, hacked a little by me. It’s all about the bugs.
I. Want. This. Launched in March 1970, the Ford Capri 3000E was designed for the luxury market – with vinyl roof and a push-button radio, it also had an electrically heated rear screen and opening rear quarter windows. Inside, the car boasted seats with cloth inserts, much more comfortable on a hot summers day. Priced at £1,600, this car was one of Ford’s (UK) fastest ever road cars. Ford claimed the maximum speed was 122 mph. Production of the 3000 E ended in July 1972.