yasserbooley

Cycling through the countryside in Suffolk

In Uncategorized on May 20, 2009 at 4:17 pm

Peace and Blessings be with you.

 

 

bright yellow fields...

bright yellow fields...

 

country lane...

country lane...

Spring sprung...

Spring sprung...

 

a kiddies birthday party at the destination...

a kiddies birthday party at the destination...

Jason and the organic lamb...

Jason and the organic lamb...

Now in South Africa we pride ourselves on being unabashed carnivores, but i have never seen lamb put over the coals on a spit like this. From the results, i would highly recommend it. The lamb is from Jason’s farm.

 

I keep on calling but i cant get through...

I keep on calling but i cant get through...

And more likely than not i will be trying a very long time.I think Mr. Brown and possibly the entire cabinet has their hands full, not to mention the speaker… after the major expenses scandal that has claimed at least one minister thus far, and turned the public opinion against parliament, not to mention the devastation of trust in the ultimate authority of the United Kingdom. Do you suppose that the vehemence of the unveiling and call to accountability from the public is an outlet for the many, many , many bankers whose actions are  responsible for the “credit crunch” and got off scot free, and in some cases are still looking forward to big bonuses for failed, no disastrous policies? If my understanding is correct, then the banks in England are Nationalized, which means that the suffering public are in fact paying bonuses to the very people responsible for a lot of them being jobless, and in some cases homeless….

oh well , back to the beautiful countryside…

 

 

Idyllic isn't it?

Idyllic isn't it?

 

welcome to the countryside...

welcome to the countryside...

snoopy...

snoopy...

Interestingly enough, snoopy was one of the daily cartoons i used to look forward to in the newspaper of my father or grandfather. In the context of a small english country town, it reminded me of all the english soldiers still in Iraq. What percentage of the Army needs to be in Iraq before England becomes a nation “at war”? 

Salaam

yasser

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  1. Hey Yasser. Looks like you’re having an amazing stay in the English countryside. You have lots of great shots there. Beautiful stuff! I hope you’re all happy and well. Let’s catch up soon. I can’t believe you worked on the Ross Kemp docu. It’s such a small world! Love, Tina x

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