Rambling around Barley

Today’s weather was as beautiful as it was foul on our last ramble with the Cambridge Rambling Club. Carolin ably led us on a beautiful 14mile walk around the undulating countryside of Barley. Still some fruit on the trees although well past its sell by date, but showing just how rich we are that we can afford to leave whole apple trees unpicked!  plus we saw the delightful spindle tree fruits, the name came from when the tree was used for making the spindles used when spinning wool.

A wonderful day in very pleasant company and fine weather. Many thanks to Sally of Swedish massage fame for the fine vegetable chilli which we had with Anthony & Kay last night and for our lunch today!

Here is the walk on Everytrail:-

Barley walk with Cambridge Rambling Club

Map your trip with EveryTrail

The new boots worked well in the long wet grass at the start of the day.

Now to decide about selling and buying houses in Cambridge……

My Twitter 3rd anniversary

To celebrate three years of @geoffjones on Twitter here is a Wordle of my Tweets:-

and here are my statistics from Tweetstats:-


So I have been twittering about 5 times a day, mainly from their website although lately I’ve taken to reading mostly on Tweetie.

Its good to see that companies like BT are using Twitter in such a constructive fashion that folks like Doc Searls advocated all those years ago in the Cluetrain manifesto.

PS According to When did I join Twitter,  I created my account on 20th November 2006