Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Missed Margate Meltdown, old Margate and one of those days.

Sorry I missed the meltdown, so no photos of the bikes, here is the link to my 2011 Margate Meltdown pictures http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/meltdown

I was here and can't do two places at once 

Don’t know if that counts as historic Margate pictures, but I think you will agree ones below definitely do, click on the pictures to expand them.

A butter side up day today, I’ve turned down a Scottish fiver. What are you supposed to do? It says on the box, don’t take paper fivers, so I didn’t. anyone know the answer to this one?

Had to go to the chemist to get a dental prescription so took the camera to take some photos on the way – no card in camera and the dentist hadn’t signed the prescription, so I came back with my tail between my legs and am now writing the blog.

Another experiment in publishing photos online, these are of Canterbury and I recomend using the arrow keys on the computer to navigate it http://www.michaelsbookshop.com/canterburymaze/

Click here fro the photos of the books that went out in my bookshop today


























2 comments:

  1. Scottish (and NI) issued paper notes remain legal tender and you should have accepted it.

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  2. Never been legal tender in England, but always accepted as a courtesy, however recently there has been a spate of forged Scottish notes here in Thanet

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