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My Big Break

Nice cup of tea

I'm taking a week off from blogging, so the North Bucks Wanderer will not be appearing next week. Our next post will be the Monday Photo on the 11th of January, 2021. Meanwhile, I shall be relaxing and drinking tea.

Meanwhile, if there's anything you would like to see covered on this blog, whether it's a particular place or event or perhaps just a general topic, please tell me below by making a comment.

Happy New Year to you all. I'll see you in 2021.

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Please Stand By

The North Bucks Wanderer has been having technical difficulties, and if that wasn't enough, I haven't been sleeping well either. This all means that there wasn't a Thursday post this week.

My apologies to my regular readers. I hope to be back on the case next week, so as they used to say when TV stations had problems, please stand by.

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All Behind

I'm running late this week, so the usual Thursday post will be up some time tomorrow. Sorry about that folks.

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I Reveal My Sources!

Lost villages of Britain 2There are at least half a dozen lost villages just around Milton Keynes, so this is a very useful book. It’s not true that most villages vanished because of the plague, and this book explains what really happened; there are all sorts of reasons.

I do all I can to make sure my posts tell you new things about the places I write about; they aren’t just a rehash of everyone else’s online posts.

So quite a bit of my research is not on the internet.

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Words But No Pictures

We are having technical difficulties, so the usual Thursday morning post can't be published just yet.

Those very nice people at Typepad are beavering away trying to fix the problem, and they've made some progress; I can now publish words, but not pictures. Until earlier this evening I couldn't publish anything at all.

Typepad's headquarters are near Atlanta, in the state of Georgia, USA. They are five hours behind us so it's still mid afternoon there.

If you are a regular reader, you'll already know that my posts have lots of photos; without them I'm lost. Until I'm back in the game, which shouldn't be too long, why not have a look at my archives?

UPDATE:
After sterling efforts late into their evenings, the technical bods at Typepad have sorted the problem. Plenty of pictures in my latest post!

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At Home With the Wanderer

The North Bucks Wanderer (that’s me) isn’t wandering much further than the end of the garden at the moment, so I’m a bit stuck for my usual method of going to the actual place and seeing for myself. When I was there I'd take photos, just for that post.

But I’m going to carry on posting, and I’ll be using photos from my archives, instead of taking new ones.

Meanwhile, you can explore North Bucks here, online. There are over one hundred posts on the North Bucks Wanderer blog, from all over the area; just look in the sidebar.

Tomorrow’s post will show you how to explore North Bucks (and any other part of England if you like) from home, then you can look forward to going and seeing for yourself, when we can all do that again.

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