The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 9 September 1990

Words + Names


‘Missing Main Theme’ – Vangelis


 

Bill gave Flash and me extra sausages and toast with our breakfast today.  He’s been great to us, and it was rather sad to leave FISH RESTAURANT as we clambered onto the open-top bus to WINDERMERE for the National Express home.

 

Good fun.

 

WORDS + NAMES:

 

WINDERMERE

JOHN PEEL

BOATS

THE BEATLES

BLUE

THEAKSTON’S

TRAVELLER’S REST

FISH ‘N’ CHIPS

 

BOWNESS

LAKES

AMBLESIDE

LOUGHRIGG

WYTHBURN

SALATHIEL

GLEN

PHIL

 

BILL

MOUNTAINS

BOOKSHOPS

SHEEP

HELVELLYN

DOG BUMMERS

AMY

CARLA

 

FISH RESTAURANT

ENGLISH BREAKFAST

TOLKIEN

RED BETTY

V FOR VENDETTA

GRASMERE

VEGEMITE

ROBBIE BURNS

 

‘Ticket to Ride’ – The Beatles




And so, homeward bound…

 

Later:

 
SCREEN ONE: FRANKENSTEIN’S BABY was brilliant.



 
WHAT RITCHERD IS UP TO IN 1989





 

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