Bryn continued writing about The Object, introducing some characters and giving them some dialogue.
Dan constructed a pair of computerised boxes and hid them on different sides of Oxford, as part of an effort to build a truly original geocaching experience.
Bryn shared the opening scenes of a science fiction screenplay he’s been writing.
Kit shared his new radio callsign, MM0KTL, alongside a mention of installing a new shed into his and Fiona’s back garden.
Bryn made himself a geeky playlist, then used it as a vehicle to talk about why he left his last job.
Ruth looked back over her first six months of being a parent, and all the changes that it has brought. Then, for good measure, she shared a weaning photo.
Bryn spent his days knitting a scarf, when he wasn’t busy walking around London listening to podcasts, or watching Wimbledon.
Meanwhile, Dan was amused by the effort his species puts into food, as he considered how to make a cheese & pickle sandwich.
In anticipation of the Tour de France passing through, Hebden Bridge puts yellow bicycles up everywhere. Of course, Rory is ready to photograph them all.
Rory shared amazingly brightly-coloured photographs of a parade in Hebden Bridge.
Meanwhile, Dan decided to have a go at blacksmithing.
Fiona continued walking the Arran Coastal Way, missing a ferry at the very end as she made her way back to meet Kit and Paul for the remainder of their holiday.
Meanwhile, Dan went on holiday to Devon with Ruth and JTA, and reported that it was a trip that he’d never forget, albeit not for the happiest of reasons.
Rory shared monochrome photos he’d taken, along with his throughts about what makes monochrome visually compelling.
After a false start, Fiona began walking the Arran Coastal Way, spotting seals and camping at Imachar before setting out again to Kildonan.