More reminiscence, more closures, and the swan mafia

The Wandering Nerd August 21st, 2007

‘Oh Noble Fool! A worthy fool’
-william shakespeare

I spent the day in Stratford Upon of Avon, birthplace of William Shakespeare. Actually, this makes the second visit for me. I was here long ago when I had just graduated high school. Strangely, I remember more than I expected to. The Royal Shakespeare Company is based here, I strongly suspect if I was resident somewhere in England I’d be making more than the occasional trip out here to see things. There are so many fantastic theatres and shows here, how could you not? Sadly, the RSC Theatre proper is closed for remodeling, and the Courtyard is closed pending rehearsals so I wasn’t able to do more than just wander around the city.

It was also some really shitty light, thin clouds but fully overcast so I couldn’t get a decent meter off of that little camera. Which is, I think, in the process of dying off. Gonna’ start looking for a replacement. I may require some assistance stateside on getting it shipped or brought over here, I’ll be in touch with my ‘peeps’ in the states.

Pretty short post really, it was a site seeing excursion, very little happened. Upon my return to Oxford I wandered about the streets late at night, but that will be in rolled into the Oxford post.

welcome to a new kind of tension.
all across the alien nation.
everything isn’t meant to be okay.
-green day

2 Responses to “More reminiscence, more closures, and the swan mafia”

  1. Hoshion 24 Aug 2007 at 10:29 am

    Lemme know what I can do to help get ya a new digicam when you need it. It shouldn’t be a problem.
    The photo of the WS statue through the arms of the other statue is tres cool. With better light, that would be a candidate for a front page of some magazine.

  2. The Wandering Nerdon 24 Aug 2007 at 7:13 pm

    Whenever you or broi decide that you’re going to make it over I’ll just have it shipped to you and have you bring it with, just keep me up to date on when you’re making it over.

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