Odious Onyx.

Another of our in-house evenings.

This time Graham carrying the flag.

Some of our more mature members may remember Graham and Tony a couple of seasons back, trying to walk a thousand miles around Britain. Well, tonight was the next round of the saga.

Without wishing to bore us with pubs, churches and immovable cattle, Graham managed to regale us with, tales of derring do, a sense of wonderment (so there is two 6:30s in a day) story’s of how he kept Tony straight (his words, honest) and how they battled on through snow, rain and Tony.

Much humour was expounded with everybody chipping in with helpful (well some of them might have been) comments, so much so, that the evening was soon gone and we all felt cheated that we had missed out on great swathes of photographic highlights. Still, we caught images of Cambridge, Narfork, Sufark, London and the Chilterns, showing us that there is life beyond the Essex borders.

I’m hoping they kept some photographs back, ready for the third evening.

Nice job, Graham. I enjoyed it.

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