Very sorry to hear of Pam's injury, but very relieved it was no worse.
Please pass to Pam our best wishes for a rapid and complete recovery, from Janet and myself.
What might have happened would have been horrendous.
The Shakespeare evening on UK TV last Saturday was magical.
Simon Russell Beale's This England soliloquy was electrifying.
Listen to the sentiment, then tell me why we should even contemplate giving up 1,000 years of history to Europe?
May I beg to differ.
I flew the Vampire for some 120 hours at Valley during my RAF advanced pilot training. OK, they were getting very long in the tooth even in 1962, but there was a 500rpm band around 5300-odd rpm which had to be avoided because of resonance.
They could only be spun dual...
Well said, Claude.
A gracious reply to well-deserved tributes.
Claude has been a highly respected contributor to Fortyfication. His articles on preparing and racing P/1016 in particular have been entertaining and most enlightening.
There's a very practical reason to going for the 6-point option.
If you're tall and have to mount the seat near the floor, having a bolt head and seat belt fitting close to your coccyx can be extremely painful in a stiffly sprung car!
The 6-point belt enables the 2 wings of the crutch strap to...
You really need a trinary switch, which switches the compressor off if the system pressure is low and the fans on if it goes too high.
The wiring is only very slightly more complex than for the binary, but it will save your compressor if the coolant leaks away.
I have a diagram. If you're...