Tuesday, 11 November 2008

Reasons to be grateful (Isle of Wight edition)

With apologies for hijacking Solomon's grateful theme.

Picture from Flickr/terraprints. Creative commons licence.

Reasons to be grateful for the Isle of Wight:
  1. It shelters the sea in a way that give a whole blissful hour of relief from a very rough channel crossing.
There may be other reasons.

For anything else you could ever want to know about the Isle of Wight, and even more that you didn't want to know, feel free to visit Relax Max, but don't say I didn't warn you. If you happen to know what he's talking about, please come back and tell me.


  1. It must have been posted by Jonathon Woss.

    I had to give up reading it as it was so painful, so I am afraid I can't help you.

  2. Thanks for the warning - I won't risk going over. That must have been some crossing you had!

  3. It does sound as if Max may well have had some pronunciation lessons from Jonathan Woss, but he won't have heard of the Jonathan Ross scandal - he's nothing like that at all.

    It was the worst crossing I've had in a very long time, but fortunately I've learnt how to deal with it - as much sleep as I can manage.

  4. We LOVE the Isle of Wight and often make a trip across the solent on the hovercraft for the day....

    You can almost see me house in that photo above :)



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