Wednesday, 21 December 2016

Two postcards of Ramsgate, two of Margate and even one of Broadstairs

After yesterdays wosisname – ah yes, word begins with M, got it – embarrassing business of calling a postcard of Margate one of Ramsgate, I thought something more geographically ecumenical today.

As always if you are viewing the pictures on my blog, clicking on them should make them bigger and then, wot? Ah yes with windows and fruit clicking on the bigger picture should make them even bigger, with your phone it would be moving your fingers apart that should do the trick.

Work, the bookshop, particularly local history books as Christmas presents goes on a pace. You know how it is, while some of us want to get the latest celebrity cookbook and others are hoping for yet another extra big book of gardening those who can’t wait for yet another case for their tablet or a pot of perfume- there are just a few of us who want to recline on a steamboat down the river from London bridge to Margate and parts adjacent after Christmas dinner , see http://michaelsbookshop.com/catalogue/the_picturesque_pocket_companion_to_margate_ramsgate_broadstairs___parts_adjacen.htm






According to the bookshop blog, where you can see I have been pricing music, the days will get longer now, see http://michaelsbookshop.blogspot.co.uk/2016/12/the-shortest-day-in-bookshop.html

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