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Hello So, there is no map behind me but... I do have one. So... I'm in England working on some stuff Visa, cleaning, making a lot of lists. Yesterday I went to the London Aquarium. Today, I did this crazy, high ropes, tree obstacle corse, thing. Scary. For the mean time, here's a few thing I've been keeping up with. Beginning on July 6th 24 hours a day for the following 100 days Sculptor Antony Gormley has invited members of the public to stand on the empty 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square as living monuments. The rules for the position are very simple. You must stand on the plinth alone for the whole hour You can do whatever you want provided it's legal. And you can take anything with you up there as long as you can carry it. Jim May from Top Gear is building a 2 story house composed entirely of Lego bricks. He's invited the general public to a building day on August 1st in Dorking, Surrey, in England. I can't wait to see that. Also, members of an English cheese makers group have launches a 300 gram wedge of cheddar into the upper atmosphere hoping to make the first space flight by cheese. Sadly, the GPS system stopped working and they need help finding the cheese once it lands. Just a quick update. Hopefully I'll be in front of the map soon. Rocketboom©
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Posted by: rocketboom on Jul 31, 2009
An update from Molly. London Aquarium, Jumping through trees!, Top Gear star to build Lego house, Antony Gormley, One & Other, Trafalgar Square plinth becomes surprise web hit for Sky Arts, ‘Space Cheese’ tumbles back to High Wycombe!
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