Our Wedding & Honeymoon in Canada MDS975
is a personal website devoted to our various
interests which include cats, radio and
broadcasting, music and vinyl records, a
little bit of photography (you can see some
of our photographs in the gallery),
computers, and some other favourite things.
You will find links to the other
pages on the left hand side of this
page and via further navigation from our
site map. We really hope that you enjoy your
visit, and hope that you will put a link to
this site on your home page if you do. Tell your friends! Our address is
Please note that the Amateur Radio and Citizens Band Radio mini-sites were retired in April 2016 but there are archives here: Amateur Radio
| Citizens Band Radio
I am very pleased to be able to announce that
Julie and I got married in November 2008.
(She did not know what she was letting
herself in for!!) You can see our honeymoon
photographs in Western Canada here
photographs from our wedding day here.
Why Not Get Out Your Record Collection?
Have you got a
collection of lovely LP's and no decent
turntable to play them on? You are missing
some fantastic audio delights! Find out
which is the only turntable worthy of playing
your classic albums - read all about the road to
Heaven - here.
Radio & Memorabilia
I have been very interested in radio
broadcasting and I have gradually brought
together a small collection of radio related
material including a brief history of radio
developments and other memorabilia. I have
also added some pages about crystal sets and
other simple radio related circuits. Visit the Radio Stations
& Memorabilia page here
You can see our visit to Washford in
, and also a collection
photographs of Malta's Masts here
during our holiday in Malta in April 2004.
We also have tribute to some favourite radio
stations of yesteryear, including favourites BRMB
and Mercia Sound
More Radio Goodies
Additional radio goodies and memorabilia are
gathered in the AIRWAVES
section in the form my own writings together
with a selection of old documents, photographs
and accounts published by radio broadcasting
organisations that we hope you'll find
interesting. It is hoped that this section
may gradually be expanded as time allows, but
please also visit my section "UK Radio - A Brief
", located in the Radio Stations
and Memorabilia section which details the
history of radio from 1920 and includes a
section covering Pirate Radio in the UK.
Apart from radio, there are other subjects here
too including the afore mentioned cats and dogs
for we animal lovers, a page of sundials which I
find fascinating and a section of 'Other Stuff
including a page of some funny pictures and
and I were very lucky to be able to
experienced another fantastic cruise. In
September 2010 we sailed on the Royal
Caribbean ship Brilliance Of The Seas. See
some of our photographs here.
Capital Cities Cruise
and I enjoyed an amazing holiday on the
Royal Caribbean ship Jewel Of The Seas in
June 2009. See some of our photographs here.
Norway & Fjords Cruise
In 2006 Jules and I enjoyed a fabulous holiday
to the Norwegian Fjords on board the wonderful
cruise ship Arcadia. You can see our
Canada - Toronto
We also enjoyed a superb holiday in Toronto,
Canada in 2006. We eventually (!) added
some of the photographs that we took.
You can view our selection here.
More About Our Website
We hope that
you will find our little web site
interesting and trust that you will also
find everything in working order. If
you do happen to find anything that does not
work as expected, such as a broken link or
missing photograph for example, please do
let us know and we will fix it. We'd
like to hear from you anyway, of course, and
you can reach us via the contact
May I take this opportunity to thank Julie for
all her help and support while working on
putting our website together. Admittedly
most of the content concerns my own hobbies
and interests, but the pages devoted to some
of our holiday photographs, cats and dogs and
especially our cat Tabetha are things we both
SO: We hope you enjoy
our pages, please feel free to browse around
and we hope that you will find some things
that are of interest, especially if you are a
or as mad about cats
as we are!
website has been surprisingly time consuming
and seems to be a job that is never finished
- there is always something more to add, be
it a new photograph or an idea for a new
page! Don't forget we are
open 24 hours a day, seven days a week -
except Mondays. Closed 1pm to 2pm for lunch.
did this website get its name?
The answer is
contained somewhere within this site. So
go on, have a look around!
[Spell checker broken - dictionary lost - brains
all mush! In fact someone called me and asked
"Where's your grammar? I replied "She's in the
kitchen making a pot of tea".]
Thanks for popping in. Tell your friends
and please do come back again soon.
Happy and safe
surfing - Mike and Jules -