We're just back from our August hols, WotN and me. These took us from Cambridge to High Barnet to Somerford Keynes, and on the second leg through Paddington Station, where we had time for a quick lunch. In my case this was a burger and fries.
Paddington, as it so happens, was the London station I frequented most in the years 1962-67, when I was a student in Oxford. But I do believe it's all of 45 years since I've had occasion to be there. So, as you can imagine, being there again set me thinking. And what I thought, as I enjoyed my lunch, was that the health-giving benefits of a burger and fries are not sufficiently appreciated.