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"Welcome to Pammies." I am fortunate enough to live in an area, which is surrounded by pine trees and heath land. There are many lovely walks in the surrounding area. We can even boast our own local racecourse Tweseldown Eventing
Fleet Pond is a nature reserve set in 135 acres, the pond occupying half of this; it is the largest fresh water lake in Hampshire. Local people are used to the annual site of the Canadian geese holding up a line of traffic, while mother and chicks cross the road. The Farnborough Bi-Annual Air Show is extremely popular event; it brings many tourists from around the country and abroad, being a much-heralded event.
The Basingstoke Canal flows through Fleet, Aldershot, Farnborough, Woking, and Weybridge, where it then joins the river Thames. During Easter and other Bank Holiday weekends the canal boat the "John Pinkerton II" operates along this Hampshire stretch of water, and is very popular with locals and tourists alike. first aviation airport in the country. Additionally, in 1908 it held the first powered flight. The airport is now run byTAG Farnborough Airport Ltd and is known worldwide for holding the bi-annual Farnborough International Airshow. The airshows have been held on the site since 1948. Initially the airshow was held annually but changed in the early sixties to bi-annually. During normal working times the airport it is used for Business Aviation.
The World Wide Web articles on this site provide information on how an idea born to fruition by Sir Timothy Berners-Lee produced a unique advancement in the future of technology. The singular project was developed within a 'Quantum Leap' of time and has gone on to have an impact on all our daily lives in one way or another.
I also dabble in story writing. As you will see I am very much a novice but it helps to take me away from reality, which we all need now and then. The 'Eye of Ra' story has several chapters. Alternatively, I have also written a short story (Novelette) named 'STAR'.