Yesterday Linz, Archie and I (more on how that went later) travelled into London to meet up with Professor Paul Myers of Pharyngula fame (photos here) along with about 20 others who read his blog. We started at the Natural History Museum which is even more incredible than I remember (from about 20 years ago when I last went).
We were only in there for about 2 hours (not nearly enough time I can assure you) before we disappeared off to the pub where I got to watch Americans drinking real ale, which is less funny than you would imagine, they just, well, drink it…
Met some quite cool people too, Larry, Robin, Louise and Kate being the one’s I remember, none of whose contact details I got hold of as we rushed off so quickly but never mind.
The crux of the day out though was realising I seriously need to get me a digital camera, if only so I could have got a photo of the juxtaposition of a church advertising the ‘alpha course’ with "Discover the meaning of life" written on it, against the backdrop of the Natural History Museum.