Posted by Alan Hakim on October 20, 2022 at 09:54:55 user awhakim.
In Reply to: No holds barred posted by John Nichols on October 11, 2022 at 07:30:03:
Just discovered this, John.
1. If it's the row at Aleppo (29 March 1932, p.89) all is explained by Genia. If it's a different one (there were plenty) please explain.
2. No public transport to Ludderburn. He might have gone to the ferry, and taken that. It's still quite a walk. But on 21 March 1933 we know he missed the bus.
3. Assuming 13 April 1930, walk standards were higher in those days. Two hours is a short walk even now. I did one only two days ago.
4. Don't blame Amazon, it's Genia's choice.
The missing days of week: 'Second Broads Cruise' was extracted into a special booklet for Tars attending the IAGM. Days probably added to make up for no context.
Anon: no, you're not. It's a bug in the data base. It mysteriously suppressed you between Malcolm Morrison and Robin Parker. Fortunately it didn't suppress you on the postal labels, or you would still be waiting for the book. Yet if I ask it today, you're there!
Glad you enjoyed it.
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