Those of you who have been paying attention will be aware of a slight altercation that occurred at the end of last year between me and the river that runs not so far from my front door. You will also recall that I lost. Heavily. Well here we are, six months down the line, and this, my friends, is the current state of affairs:
So it appears I now have a floor, of sorts, and soon, I am reliably informed, I might even have some electrics! From all this you will gather that returning home is not exactly imminent, and until I get home (the suggestion is October) I cannot access my WWI books which are nearly all, those that survived the flood, currently in storage. This, you will appreciate, makes finding the information to create the posts that are the raison d’être for this little site somewhat problematic, which in turn explains the small number of Flanders posts that have been uploaded in recent months. And yes, I know the interweb is a wonderful thing, but it ain’t the be-all and end-all, and it doesn’t have all the answers. Yet. Maybe it never will. I digress. The Back in Blighty category, which I know some of you are interested in and some of you are not (Baldrick resides firmly in the latter camp), is fairly regularly updated depending on where my travels take me, but I suspect we are looking towards early next year before normal service, so to speak, is resumed. Bear with me.