Tuesday, December 05, 2006

A real piece of History
I just had to share this with you. A while back I posted an image on my Time and Oft blog about the Hampton ferry; I knew the ferry and used it in the early 70’s. The other day I received a lovely comment from someone who was a ferry boy. I thought you’d like to read the comment from Tony. A real piece of history, he’s new to blogging so if you’d like to give him some encouragement. I think he’ll have an interesting blog when he gets going.

7 comments:

Risa said...

Now that is really something :o)

Keith said...

You're right Anji, he does seem an interesting chap. If only we can get him started. His writing ability is good. I suppose that it's just taking the plunge that worries him. I must admit when I did my first posting Zoe came straight back with some comment, and I didn't know how to handle it! I thought she was a bit cheeky, now I know better........ she IS a cheeky blighter, but lovely with it!

Anji said...

Risa; it was where I grew up too.

Keith; getting started is the hardest bit. Where would we be without our Zoe?

Anonymous said...

Thanks for all your encouragement, when I can think of something interesting to write about I no doubt will have a go, I enjoy reading through all your comments, its like reading someones diary!!

Anonymous said...

I have just clicked on Keith and found we were neighbours for 21 years, small world isn't it. I lived in Enderby Leicester for 21 years while the children were growing up.

Anji said...

Tony; I hope my email got to you, or did AOL chew it up? It's a small world, I think that's where we came in....

Anonymous said...

I feel so dim, I tried to post a further comment on my own blog and couldn't enter into it? I got your E-mail fine thanks. I guess I just need to fiddle around a bit more I was sure I got my password and user name right. Ah well back to the drawing board.