Aled Treharne on February 26th, 2006

Gosh, two entries in such short succession…I may be in danger of becoming an efficient blogger. Before I get into this post, those of you who go and visit the BBC article will notice a rather poor quality image on the top of a landrover at night in the snow (the snow is difficult to […]

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Aled Treharne on February 24th, 2006

BBC Article about last night’s callout.

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Aled Treharne on February 24th, 2006

Indeed, I have been negligent of late in not updating my blog. I’ve missed callouts, events and various other joys. In my defence I have been very tired and stressed out at work and at home. However, last night we had a callout which I can’t avoid blogging. I was sat in the Yard in Cardiff, […]

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Aled Treharne on February 9th, 2006

“We should rewrite <$product> from scratch, because you can’t polish a turd.” (Anon, for political reasons!)

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Aled Treharne on February 6th, 2006

06-02-06_1000 Originally uploaded by aledt. We’re having some structured cabling put in at the office, and had some cabling delivered this morning…except I hadn’t thought about how much cable was being delivered. They dropped off 12.5km of cable!

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Aled Treharne on February 2nd, 2006

I had the most incredible experience today that has changed the way that I look at the world around me. Caroline brought Arthur into town at lunchtime, and I spent some time with her learning how Arthur works when he’s in a harness. After a bit of watching, she handed me a blindfold, I picked […]

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Aled Treharne on February 1st, 2006

Well, I’m seriusly stressed out and knackered. I could so do with a week off. Last Thursday night was quite interesting – we’re trialling out a new method of scoring damage to our ropes to determine when they should be retired. Rope inspections are never exciting, but it was interesting as you got a chance […]

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