..these are a few of my favourite things.
My kayak. I appreciate that doesn't look much like a boat, but it is. When it's not folded up lying on a spare bed it looks like this.
I know what you're thinking. That looks like a Sea Eagle 420x 3 man multi-purpose inflatable, capable of running class four rapids and carrying three people plus luggage. Well you'd be wrong. It's a 380x. Duh!
Radios. I love all radios. I'm not really sure why, I thinks it's the possibility of unlimited entertainment in such a portable format. I'm not a fan of all radio though..
Season ticket. I've been a fan of my local team since I was a wee bairn. Like most fans of any team out of the top four teams, it's up and down. Mostly down. But I love the theatre of home games.
My Moleskine ( pronounced mol-a-skeen'-a hahahaha) notebook. They blurb that they use to sell these things suggests they were used by Hemmingway, Picasso, Van Gough and Peter Andre. I imagine that makes me some sort of 'wannabe'. Maybe so, but I love well constructed things, and in a world of laptops, PDA's, smartfones and Shufflepods a bit of analogue can be very pleasurable.
My Raider travel bag. Makes me feel like Indiana Jones. That should be a good enough reason to love anything.
Swiss Army Knife. Tuck one of these into your Raider travel bag and head off for a Ewan McGregor aftershave adventure. End up donating one to those nice fellows at Airport Security EVERY TIME I FLY! Poised nicely on a Miller's Crossing DVD, I trust you'll agree.
My cheap learner electric guitar. I decided to try and teach myself some chords about five weeks ago, and have really enjoyed tinkering around. Very therapeutic. Can anyone recommend a good manicurist/finger repair artist?