101 Uses for a Brompton continued…

The Poet is IN

The Poet is IN

No room at your popup bookstall for your live poetry-happening type thing? A Brompton makes a handy stand…

A word of warning though: a Brompton can and will fall over whenever it’s least convenient for it to do so. I can caution against attempting to catch it while wielding a pair of open and, as it turns out, surprisingly sharp, scissors.

Our cycling group had eight incident-free family bike rides over the summer – and I end up having to raid the first-aid kit after a pop-up bookshop.

(and no, I wasn’t wearing a helmet)


3 Responses to 101 Uses for a Brompton continued…

  1. Anonymous says:

    Were you wearing shorts again?

  2. disgruntled says:

    I wasn’t but it was warm enough that I could have done. Unbelievable

  3. scsmith4 says:

    Balloons are not to be trusted. And, oh look, my backside in the background…

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