I have to be honest. My favorite people have verve, drive, audacity, panache and plain zest for life.
Gareth and I had a quick chat about a tantalizing mixture of IT networks and the hidden highways and byways of rural England: cereal farmers (not serial, cereal!), millers, bakers and eaters.
GarethLRoberts bakes a mean cherry focaccio. Quite scrumptious and delectably breakfast, lunch or supper. Gareth also does the buying for MuchAdo at London markets. Every Wednesday night, he drives down and buys our vegetables from Covent Garden and our fish from Billingsgate.
Within hours of our brief chat together using the WiFi provided by MuchAdo, Gareth had his new blog up and running: Connecting with Bread! Congratulations!
Watch his space!
I hope you will all go over, welcome him to the blogosphere, and bookmark him. He writes well and he is going to make you feel so well acquainted with rural England, you’ll think your mouse is scurrying across a corn field!
An example of social media helping us be surprised and delighted by Britain!
I’ll pick up some SEO issues later. For other blogs of Olney, check our blogroll on Olney100. I am cataloguing the online activity of Olney in Buckinghamshire, England in the UK (or Bucks to the natives).
Flowing motion! Oh, I do love it when a plan comes together!
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