I hobbled into my local watering hole tonight with my NHS walking stick to be met with "Bertie, old boy, let me buy you a drink," The plaster caste and the memory of the disastrous attempt to deliver a proposal of marriage at Maidstone Gaol was soon forgotten when I realised that Thanet Strife had featured in our local IOTG!
What can one say but a thank you to those wonderful scribblers at Union Row, Margate for their item in Friday's Gazette. As a result of the dearth in Thanet blog site activity in recent times, it is nice to have one's 'stand-in' efforts acknowledged in our local press.
All I can say, is a thank-you to readers who have drifted in, and that I hope you will be back. We don't bother to count hits on this site, basically because we lack the E-ability to instal a counter, and quite frankly so what? Norah's advice, "Mr Biggles, you must keep up this blogging business for a little while longer now." will need some consideration but after what my doctors consider to be an excess of alcohol units in one session, its time for the crawl up the stairs to bed. Good-night!
Broadstairs in 1796 compared with Broadstairs in 1830 - The pictures will expand if you click on them and I would think this 1796 picture begs more questions than it answers, unless it has been published somewh...
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