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Two villages become one

I am very pleased to report I have had a massively productive week. I have really thrown myself into getting my book written, and I have already got five and a half chapters done. Sorry my blog entries have been so short recently, but I've been spending about five hours a day bashing out this book. While I have been using a lot of old blog entries, I've had to heavily rewrite them, and over seventy-five percent of it is new stuff. I haven't written so much so fast in a long, long time.

Anyway, I was just trying to compose a description of Alsager. It has been over eight years since I was there so it has been slow going. To refresh my memory, I thought I'd visit it on Google streetview. Somehow, in my mind, this view has now merged with this one. Alsager's high street morphs weirdly into Charlton's: Two villages have become one, confusing my sense of place. Mind you, if only Charlton had a decent pizzaria.

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You fancy some kind of visit to Alsager in the near future? You get up to a train station somewhere in the midlands and i would be happy to pick you up and we can go on a tour?

You're on mate. I'll be in touch.

(I was writing about you today, btw)

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