Welcome to the New Crimson Rambler

Well, as you can see, this is my new home.  Not all the fixtures and fittings are in place yet and there’s a nasty smell of new paint about, but I think it’s beginning to take shape.  If you have the address of the old blog anywhere in your links, please take note of my new address (assuming, of course, that you are still interested in keeping track of my ramblings).

The enforced fallow period has given me time to think of possible new directions and innovations, including, perhaps, bifurcating into a cricket blog and one devoted to other subjects and, of course, finally getting around to writing those long, serious pieces that somehow never get written, but I suspect it will prove to be pretty much the mixture as before.

I thought, to introduce any newcomers to what the mixture as before is likely to be and make the place a bit more homely like, I’d begin by reblogging some of the better, or at least most characteristic pieces from the old site, so keep an eye out for that over the next week or so.  I will refrain from editing them to suggest I have astonishing powers of foresight (though anyone interested in the history of England’s latest overnight sensation James Taylor might want to click on his name in the “Tag Cloud”).

I hope you like the new header image.  I thought, as this blog is as much about the changing of the seasons as anything else, that I’d choose a picture of a cricket ground appropriate to the season.  The current image is the ground of Lubenham CC in Winter (partly obscured by a tree) and this is the full picture:

Lubenham CC in February

Lubenham CC are a Leicestershire village team who returned from the dead not so long ago and now play a quite (but not too) serious standard of cricket.  Let us take that as a good omen.

 

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Welcome to the New Crimson Rambler

  1. Crying CHEERS to the New Crimson Rambler! And isn’t there something mournful about winter cricket pitches? Particularly if you peer through the boards of the club house, and see the odd abandoned sock, and limp umpire coat. Things are looking up though – our Horley teams are back in nets!

    Best of luck with your new blog – am very much looking forward to reading and learning (although not always understanding…). Shall raise you a glass!

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  2. And cheers for the first comment on the new blog! Yes, like most fields in Winter, though I think life is beginning to creep back – I’ve seen the odd square being cut already and a few blokes about in whites. Can’t come soon enough for me, I must say.

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