The erratic that sunk the Titanic

Recently, tenacious Brian John, researched this bluestone found on a beach by Phil Holden, a photographer, in Mumbles, near Swansea, South Wales. It is just one of several that make up a breadcrumb trail of the ice floes from the west of Wales, North Wales, even Scotland. Which, probably, reached as far or even further than the nascent site of Stonehenge.

Measuring 2.2m x 1.3m x 1m and weighing at least 7 tonnes. Smoothed by thousands of years of sea erosion.
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Getting close to going live

Some css

Nearly looking perfect, next is to revisit the css responsive break-points so it looks good on mobiles.

And some more writing, but at least I’ve grappled the widgets into the right pages.

And the rubber man arrived today. More silicone and I’ll have the casts lining up for the vinegar dips, get that rust looking good.