The History of SpacePenguin

Nov 12, 2018

The History of SpacePenguin video

Everyone is always asking about the SpacePenguin, so I have put this short video together showing the timeline to date of the SpacePenguin.

iTunes link: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/space-penguin/id378945672#

Spotify link: http://open.spotify.com/artist/31lkOhHpjpsyIcRSwksIy8

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SpacePenguin goes to…

Nov 5, 2018

There is now an official Facebook page dedicated to the “SpacePenguin goes to” features :

facebook.com/SpacePenguinTim/

There is also a YouTube playlist of the same name on my YouTube Channel.

SpacePenguin goes to Playlist

YouTube Channel


My infamous small dog joke…

Jan 11, 2013

A lady walked in to a shop carrying a small dog.

“Excuse me, do you have any hair remover?”, she asked.

“Yes madam. This one is very good but do not use any make-up for two days afterwards” replied the shop keeper.

“Oh no”, said the lady,
“It’s not for my face, it’s for my Chihuahua!”

“In that case”, said the shop keeper,
“Don’t ride your bike for a month!”


The crows know all

Aug 28, 2010

To quote the great Smith & Jones sketch show from the 1980s “#Hello, Police? We’ve reason to believe there’s a body in the garden”.

Crows have descended on a small patch of grass (dare I say, “grave-sized”) and have obliterated it. Being carrion creatures it does make you wonder what they are after, as it is only in this area.

Incidentally, I believe that this area used to be located in the vicarage gardens, and if Miss Marple is to be believed, it is always the vicarage that throws up such happenings.

Anyway, photos are attached…. the close up is a bit blurry as it was taken through binoculars LOL.


Wildlife perception filter

Jun 16, 2010

We are surrounded by wildlife every day, we just don’t realise how much. We seem to just switch off and it passes us by unnoticed.

So today I thought I would note all that I saw, without making an active effort to look for it, and I was amazed by just how much you see without actually knowing it.

My sightings for today, so far, are as follows:

Rook, Starling, Magpie, Jack Daw, Carrion Crow (dead), Blackbird, Robin, Goldfinch, Grey Squirrel (dead), Wood Pigeon, Collared Dove, Common Gull, Rabbit, Chaffinch, Ladybird, Bumble Bee, House Martin.

Add to that all the other birds that I could not identify as they were too far away and the ones that I could only hear and that makes an impressive total for an average day without going out looking for wildlife.

So get out there and see what is all around you.