Monday, 20 October 2014

Getting about

map-of-cambridgeshire

This past weekend, I've been out to get some more places in 'the bag'. Friday evening, after getting the kids to bed, I set off for Huntingdon to try and get as many takeaway menus as I could.

I dotted around Warboys, Godmanchester and in/around Huntingdon itself, before returning home to process the findings.

The following evening, I set off to cover as much of Ely as I could handle. Starting off with Sutton and Witchford, then onto Haddenham and Soham, before finally making my way onto Ely. I admit, I had to sack-off Isleham and Littleport, as time was getting on. Another day maybe.

At the time of writing this, I have managed to scan-in the growing pile of menus, including the local menus that I've gathered newer replacement menus for. There's a little post-scanning to do before they magically appear on the website, namely upload the .PDF files and log them on the database.

In all honesty, I don't know how far I can go before I'm really going too far from home. Ely isn't a stones-throw away from Cambridge, and there's a whole lot of Cambridge out there.

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