At school, on wet days, I could hardly concentrate on lessons, knowing so many of them were hanging in the cloakroom, drying so beautifully.
As I have previously implied, I hav9e no doubt at all on the veracity of Stories website.
I promise this is not spam or anything, and I would love to share my thoughts about such things. Some were made by Kendal themslves, whilst the rest were manufactured by Pakamac, albeit when fashioned in Taiwan.
Mention of Kendal makes me remember other retail outlets which I used regularly in the 1980s-Faiman, Richards, Etam, to name but a few.
So if any of your would like to know more, please contact me at [email protected] I have fond memories of our Birmingham Bull Ring branch, and I still have all those see-through jelly jackets.
I'll contact you again Brian, so we can continue our lovely chats.
Hello Brian, , I am the sole author of the works you mention, they have never been distributed anywhere so I would rather like to know how you came to read them, especially as I have only allowed MP3 files to be listened to by a couple of very close contacts.
Despite the wonderful convenience of Pakamacs, I have my eyes on an olive green heavy latex rubber mac, from Weathervain, and this may be my next purchase..for thought...a rubber mac...rubber mac...
The comments are good, but the macs themselves would be even better.