Finishing touches…

It’s the finishing touches that take the time. Whether you are grouting a bathroom, buffing a personal trophy or in my case writing a book. It’s been under construction for quite some time now – all the content is there – I just have to do some minor tweaking and Robert is your maternal parent’s… Continue reading Finishing touches…

Plastic Fantastic…

…is the new set of icons by my big brother Tiggz He lives in a small mossy cave in the foothills of the East Sussex mountain range where he forages for grubs and lichen. During his nocturnal awakenings he manipulates coloured pixels and data designing widgets and GUIs (graphical user interface). These endeavours have won… Continue reading Plastic Fantastic…

Life on the open sea…

…the Pride of Bilbao is a big boat. 12 storeys big. 6 restaurants, 5 bars, a casino, 2 cinemas and a swimming pool big but when we were heading out into the Bay of Biscay on Monday afternoon and the enormous ground swell that had marched across the Atlantic to greet us started tossing the… Continue reading Life on the open sea…

I’m 2 years old…

…well not me but Papersurfer is. According to various statcounters I’ve had over 65,000 visitors, written nearly 300 posts, had over 3000 comments and caught nearly 4500 pieces of spam. To be fair most of those stats are from Daddy P (you have no idea how many times I’ve marked him as spam – but… Continue reading I’m 2 years old…

The last post…

…somebody asked me recently ‘why do you blog?’. I couldn’t come up with a reasonable answer. So that’s that then… I didn’t surf today either.

Skate…

…or die. It’s not easy being a sk8r you know. I didn’t surf today. I did skate very badly though – concrete just seems so hard these days… PS – no children were seriously mamed in the production of this post.

The sport of kings…

…once a year the sleepy fishing town of Ferrel opens its gates to the world for a week of festivities culminating in the world famous event known simply as the ‘donkey parade’. An ancient tradition that used to see the ‘parade’ run from one end of the town to the other pitting the wits and… Continue reading The sport of kings…