Archive for August, 2007

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Bank holiday Weekend

I had a great bank holiday weekend, no work for two days and plenty of sunshine great eh!. But back on Monday, I thought it’s not worth starting till late, lots of roads still blocked off for the carnival and the usual rush hour traffic, not a lot of street work either. At least it [...]

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Road works

Driving around the city and west end is a joke. Thay still haven’t finished laying all the water pipes. And as anyone noticed the stink coming out of our drains. I wonder what the tourists must think. And now tarmacking has started, Ken really loves us doesn’t he.
What with all the road works and [...]

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Whatever the weather

I know it’s not the most interesting subject. But you’ve got to admit it, it affects us all, to be honest I wouldn’t have bought my bloddy BBQ if I knew it was going to rain all Summer.
I picked up Piers Corbyn of weatheraction.com he told me he predicted our crappy weather [...]

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A Wet Sunday

What a weekend it hasn’t stopped raining all day, so much for a BBQ.
The best thing about crappy weather is there is more work to pick up from the streets, even over the weekend.
As far as the day went its was pretty uneventful, probably the most interesting thing to have happened was I got a [...]

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On the road

My day started picking up from the highway and going to Homerton, bugger not a good start to the day as I now have to fight my way back through Friday afternoons traffic back to the centre of London.
On the way back I picked up a young Lady from Kings Cross Station and she wanted to [...]

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Good Friday

Friday’s I never reckon them to be honest always hard to earn a penny, but last Friday was an exception to the rule as I didn’t stop.
To make it even better someone left their mobile phone in the back of the cab, later in the afternoon hey presto the phone rings I answer [...]

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Peter Sallis

What a nice guy Peter Sallis is remember him ? “Last of the summer wine” etc.
I picked him up from Judd st, took him home to Hyde pk sq . Very easy to recognize and his voice was a dead givaway.

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