Oxfam bookshop


Fuzzy legs

Of course that's not all I did this three-day weekend: On monday I took a trip to Durham to visit some friends. Here's a photograph of the Oxfam in Durham. It's a very old building on Saddler street (which later becomes the Bailey, where half of the University colleges are) and the top floor (housing some of the books) is basically a balcony overlooking the rest of the shop. I took a picture because I thought it was particularly nice.

Here's another shot, this one taken from where I work. On the big version you can make out a pair of fuzzy legs sticking out of a pile of rubbish.

This is the back yard for the Hancock Museum. I guess that this is an old exhibit that nobody cared enough to keep...

One of the friends whom I was visiting is Pete Shervington, who has started up his own blog. A while back I thought I'd start up a blog aggregator for Durham alumni. The trouble was, none of the people I knew kept blogs. Now that there's at least three people, it might be worth doing!