Caught in the lens

One of my rebuilds

Yamaha Virago-002


4 responses

  1. You were always very creative. Been using WordPress for years and have many many blogs. + over 100 books and e-books at Amazon
    You can reblog WordPress posts (I’d like to reblog your posts)

    Some of my racing blogs are at

    Great to get in touch again. My intervening years are a bit crazy too, so have to keep writing books to keep up with the story. Been learning about publishing here in NZ, so hope to help promote your photoraphic gifts, John

    “Vasbyt” boetie

    “non-techno” (whose hopeless with a camera in his hands) craig

    Best wishes from the first city to see the sun

    Craig Lock

    The various books that Craig “felt inspired to write” are available at: and All proceeds go to needy and underprivileged children – mine!

    Don’t worry about the world ending today…

    it’s already tomorrow in “little scenic and tranquil” New Zealand

    December 27, 2013 at 9:36 PM

    • I am gobsmacked at your list of publications , to say I’m impressed is an understatement of note ! May the force always be with you.
      Your friend , J
      You may re-blog to your hearts content , my plan is to write “THE Block Buster Book ” of my life so I can buy a Lola T70 3B and go racing again. If I’m going to dream , the dream has to be huge.
      Book has Title page already after only 63 years so it’s not going to take that long…………

      December 28, 2013 at 10:50 AM

      • Well my various books give a better story than I could tell. A friend here helped me get started and I’ve learnt how to publish myself now

        If you go to your WordPress dashboard, then settings (discussion, I think) I think you can make your blogs appear with a reblog button (I need to learn more about what WordPress can do – when I get a “mo”.

        Follow your dreams. Make them really BIG.
        Just posted an article on following your dreams at
        Starting to sell more books, so will see where this (20 years of blood, seat and tears, living on the smell of an oily rag) all goes

        Hope to be able to help in some small way, Johnnie

        Just take that first step and then the next

        back to sleep

        December 28, 2013 at 5:19 PM

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