Peter Shores

Dear reader, this blog is all about a continuing journey through life, as seen by a recently early-retired “Walter Mitty” type, who always hankered for something different.

In case you don’t know who “Walter Mitty” was take a look at this movie clip of the 1947 film starring Danny Kaye.

I’ve been an astrophysicist, financial analyst, territorial army reservist, husband  (twice – but the first doesn’t really count – as it lasted less than a year), father of three, IS Director, IT research consultant and a general manager in my time.

My Welsh wife Debbie and I now plan to move from Surrey to Abergavenny in Wales, well away from the joys of nearby M25, M3 and Heathrow airport…

We met on a blind date organised by an army friend’s wife in Llanfrynach’s White Swan pub near Brecon way back in December 1989, so hold on tight as we all continue this “back to the future” adventure together…..

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June 2015

4 thoughts on “Peter Shores

  1. Hi there Peter,
    Thank you so much for taking the time to stop by my little corner of the blogosphere and for the follow. I hope that you get as much pleasure from it as I do,
    Looking forward to seeing more from you 🙂



  2. boatman56 says:

    Ey up Walter. Andy Lane here. I wouldn’t mind a chat with you about the war diaries Pete. My old email is still in use or get in touch via my blog at Q sends his regards, though he would be appalled to know I sent them digitally, and not on vellum.


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