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Last night I dreamt I'd written Lord of the Rings, but the wife says I was just Tolkien in my sleep 😃
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Originally Posted by jockaneezer View Post

Last night I dreamt I'd written Lord of the Rings, but the wife says I was just Tolkien in my sleep 😃

Don't make a hobbit of jokes like that please laugh1.gif
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Originally Posted by smokewood View Post

I believe most of his novels are based on the area.  Rochester is a lovely place, well it was when I was posted there in the early 80's.  Just a bit of trivia Lt Col Chard RE VC, has a memorial in the cathedral.  His character was played by Stanley Baker in the 1964 film Zulu. 

Where else can you get good information about the Q, as well as information on the arts & trivia to go along with it.

Someday I shall go back to the UK and see all the sights I've missed.

I didn't know the name of Lt. Col. Chard RE VC nor that he has a memorial in the Rochester cathedral, but I have Zulu as one of the best movies of my lifetime. Seeing it for the umpteenth time I still find little fault with the acting or the production. I shall never forget the Welsh soldiers discussing the harmonies of the Zulu warriors. I'm going to order it up again this evening!

Cheers!
post #24 of 25

Hi

 

Just to round this off with the original comment about R L Stevenson..................... From Wikipedia

 

"A plaque above the door of a house in Castleton of Braemar states "Here R.L. Stevenson spent the Summer of 1881 and wrote Treasure Island, his first great work".

 

Braemar is in Royal Deeside, Scotland where the Highland Games are situated.

 

Hope that helpsThumbs Up

post #25 of 25

How were you able to control the heat in the weber smokey joe? 

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