-Lady’s (above) and Men’s (below) crew teams (I want to give even representation to both sexes.)-
OK, so people apparently like not having any buildings posted for a change. I figure since most of the audience for this blog are folks not completely consumed by historical buildings but are from around here who have since moved away or people who once vacationed here and in both cases want to see some of the good “home-time” scenes. Hopefully these qualify. I aim to please the people. I must mention to please take note of the New Bridge, which defines the connection between the fields of Newton St. Low and Newbridge section of Bath.
The abovbe photo is from neighbouring Corston, Somerset — just farther along the River Avon on its way to Bristol. Below is the sheep pasture of Newton-St. Low, which has a village center that I have yet to get to.
Porto (Portugal) –Greenville SC (USA) –Hyde (UK) –Tenerife (Spain) –Albuquerque, NM (USA) –Stayton, OR (USA) –Rotterdam (NL) –Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) –London (England) –Richmond, VA (USA) –Sydney -Sally (Australia) –Newcastle upon Tyne (England) –Constanta (Romania) –Evry (France) –Lubbock, TX (USA) –Szentes (Hungary) –Villigen (Switzerland) –Mumbai (India) –Tel Aviv (Israel) –Twin Cities, MN [USA] –Jakarta (Indonesia) –Houston -Candice & Megan, TX (USA) –Budapest (Hungary) –Singapore – Zannnie (Singapore) –Dubai (UAE) –Singapore -Keropokman (Singapore) –Madrid -Dsole (Spain) –Mazatlan -Kate (Mexico) –Nelson (New Zealand) –Vantaa (Finland) –Kyoto (Japan) –Tokyo (Japan) –Joplin, MO (USA) –Auckland (New Zealand) –Sequim, WA (USA) –Menton (France) –Minneapolis, MN (USA) –Istanbul (Turkey) –Sydney -Nathalie (Australia) –Sharon, CT (USA) –Seattle, WA (USA) –Anderson, SC (USA) –Monte Carlo, (Monaco) –Milano, (Italy) –Grenoble (France) –Wailea, HI (USA) –Guelph, ON (Canada) –Melbourne – John (Australia) –New York City (USA) [Ming_the_Merciless] –Cebu (Philippines) –Bandung (Indonesia) –Antigua Guatemala (Central America) –Hamburg (Germany) –London -Jonemo (UK) –Hong Kong –Paris (France) –
On February 5, 2007, NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak was arrested in Orlando, Florida. Police allege she was planning to kidnap and murder a romantic rival. “….She replied, “That was stupid.” During a search of Nowak’s car parked at a nearby motel, the police found a letter written by Nowak in which she proclaimed her love for [fellow astronaut] Oefelein, along with latex gloves, opened packages for both a buck knife and pepper spray, an unused BB cartridge, handwritten directions to Shipman’s house, copies of e-mails from Shipman to Oefelein, and diapers. The astronaut explained she had used the latter during the 900 mile drive from her home in Houston, Texas to Orlando so she did not have to stop to urinate (U.S. shuttle astronauts wear diapers during launch and re-entry). They also found receipts indicating Nowak paid only in cash during her trip from Houston, including for her hotel stay.” She drove this distance after Shipman boarded the plane in Houston to Orlando, after finding out Shipman was her rival. The incident occured after a hooded trench coat, sunglasses and wig-wearing Nowak ran after Shipman in the parking lot to prevent Shipman from locking the car door. Oh, and Oefelein, the astronaut at the centre of these two women already was married and has two kids….