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Sunday 05 May 2013 The Forest Road Reader, No 43

Attempting to score 30 Asterix books on eBay. Fingers crossed, eh?

Trebah Garden. Doesn't have a personality the size of Tim Smit to talk it up, so it's while not as well known as its neighbours Trebah is a lovely garden. The Gunnera Passage is particularly memorable.

Wish I'd known about Electromagnetic Wave before today, it looks like a top day out. Look at that programme - it's all over the place while also being entirely appealing. You'd want to go to it all. I imagine the place was jammed out for Tim Hunkin. As a kid, I learned huge amounts from his Rudiments of Wisdom when it ran in the back of The Observer magazine. I still sometimes refer to the collected volume.

I find it hard to express how much I love the sudden appearance of a dirty great bomb, with "DIRTY GREAT BOMB" written on the side. - Neill writes up The Oxford Children's Comics Festival.

Jon lets his three year old son choose his beer. Even though my sons are both well over three, this is a strategy I often use myself. It helps keep your palate limber.

We mowed the lawn. If you haven't yet, that probably means yours is overdue. Unless you keep rabbits. Or a goat.

BY TOUTATIS! Outbid at the last second. Damn sniperbots.


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