Category Archive: Clarissa Vincent

Cornish Clotted Ice Cream

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This weekend on impulse, I rode to Stuntney, near Ely, to visit my parents. Dad is 85 and mum a little younger. They have been riding motorcycles since the 50s, when they toured… Continue reading

Blogging as Genre

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The photograph here has little to do with the subject of this blog post – the genre of blogging. However one of my favourite aspects of blogging is how an image and a… Continue reading

Social Networking Alt.

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Facebook and Google+ are the primary social networking sites at the moment. YouTube videos have comments below them which can occasionally be amusing discussions too, although YouTube in particular has a tendency to… Continue reading

Vertical Time

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  For several years I considered getting a smart phone, this year I finally upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S3. An Android device with 8mp camera and a ‘panorama’ feature which stitches together… Continue reading

Costa Coffee Rationale

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I stayed away from coffee shops for several years. I was saving money and since building the houseboat cabin and moving off a tiny sailing boat into a relatively palatial abode, I preferred… Continue reading

I Always Wanted a Desk

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As soon as I’d built the houseboat cabin I constructed my desk. It is six feet long, amply deep but slightly too high. I love my desk. Like the rest of my houseboat, it… Continue reading

The forty-eighth writer on the blog is…

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The forty-eighth writer on the blog is the free spirit, Clarissa Vincent. I’ve known Clarissa for several years, through hundreds of email  communications, and have not only learned to love her as a… Continue reading

Always Aim for the Heart

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I have been learning to work the saxophone for over twenty years. I practice on the street in my home town, by busking and earn a pocketful of coins in the bargain. The… Continue reading