Look. You really weren’t supposed to know. But someone spilled the beans, so you may as well spread the word. There’s a way you can own a brand-new Pashley bicycle for a fraction of the usual price. But as my mother used to say (usually in relation to pastry-encased morsels): when they’re gone, they’re gone.
When two bastions of high-quality British engineering join forces, the results are usually spectacular. That’s undoubtedly the case with the just-launched Pashley-Morgan bicycle range – combining the design talents, passion and craftsmanship of Britain’s longest-established bicycle and automotive manufacturers.
While Mr Blackwell and I enjoy another long hot summer in one of the United States' most beautiful small towns a small - ok, a very small - part of me is missing the New Zealand winter. Specifically, the special qualities that the winter months bring to dates with my husband.
Spike Milligan famously quipped that a sure cure for seasickness is to sit under a tree. Turns out his goonish joke is rooted (heh heh) in physiological and psychological truth. ‘Forest bathing’ – simply being in the presence of trees – is a scientifically proven foil for all kinds of modern-day afflictions.