Pubs kind of quiet, we went in The Clifton on Friday though, so to be expected. Apparently "the band" (assuming this is Megadeth, though it could have been the support, or roadies, or even just fans) were staying there on Wednesday night and were in the bar.
I also found time to put up the rest of our LP frames at last - our hallway is now a mighty gallery of the great and the good of our music collection - and also to make my own hummus, which was very nice. Talk about the good life.
Hmm, I notice Amazon stocks the simple human range of kitchen stuff. We bought dish rack ](http://www.amazon.co.uk/Simplehuman-u-frame-dishrack-KT1064/dp/B000NOPW6A/?tag=clarkeology-21) a while ago, what simple humans we were. It is rubbish for a normal sized load of washing up, only get it if you have small plates and glasses and don't actually do any washing up. It's suited for a small lifestyle show apartment, not so much for actual people and their dishes. Our glasses don't fit on it and neither do the plates without a serious risk of toppling over, we've already broken stuff. you'd have to have pretty mean mugs and wine glasses to be able to hang them from the arms like that.
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