Friday, March 12, 2010

March clock work.....or a calendar....

Exciting stuffs, readers, with absolutely nothing of interest occurring within a 100 km radius of this joint, unless you count the discovery of a teenagers toxic sock in the vegie crisper ...?
No, we didn't ask, thought it safer not to....

1928 Combining beauty with brains, Eileen Vollick became the first Canuck chicky babe with a licence to loop the loop in the wide blue yonder.

1935 Britain's first driving tests were introduced on this day, with the first pass given 3 days later to Mr. Beene of Kensington.

1956 The Kiwi cricketers defeated the Windies at Eden Park in their first test victory.
NZ Cricket Museum website HERE.

2004 Hundreds gathered to celebrate the opening of the new Redfern Community Centre.

Yellow = New Zealand

Orange = Canada

Green = Australia

Red = usually British or other nationality

Anything in bold, italics and coloured blue is a link to another site with more info.

Anything outrageous is usually humour and/or sarcasm.


  1. March 13; my wedding anniversary.

    Or, as hubby and I say to each other, happy adversity. ha ha.

  2. LOl River, hope you both had a good day.