The Summer rolls on, not that it was very summery at times in July. Heavy rain continued to plague the countryside meaning that even when it didn't rain the ground remained muddy. My only real trip out anywhere was to Wootton Wawen, though my towpath stroll was curtailed as it was in Wilmcote in June because of mud.
July saw the start of the London 2012 Olympics and i saw the first of 3 events at the end of July when i saw some women's football at Coventry. Actually this was the first time i'd ever seen live football in a proper stadium and it was a great experience. Ironically it was the second time i had been to a football ground that month as earlier in July my work department held its away day at Walsall. In the afternoon we played some team building games in the ..er.. car park.
Model wise my train sub-project got into high gear with the construction of 2 cattle wagons and finally a tank engine to haul the 5 wagons i had built. Song of the month was "Blue eyes" by Ladyhawke.