With many changes over the years, this has become Grant Palmer's route 74 ...
... Grant is extending his 74 to replace it. Hence the booklet with the red blob!
But Cwentrebus do leave us with a little problem.
Gerhanger (United Counties) or MoGGerhanger (Centrebus)?
But maybe not a raspberry for UC? According to Wikipedia ...
Moggerhanger is a village in the English county of Bedfordshire. It is west of Sandy on the road to Bedford. Its population in 2001 was 636, but had reduced to 620 at the 2011 Census. In the twentieth century the village name was spelled variously as: Moggerhanger, Mogerhanger, Muggerhanger and Morehanger. Local pronunciation of the name is as Morhanger.
The OFFICIAL civil parish name is Mogerhanger.
It seems that the name was changed at some stage in the village's history
But we digress. Indeed we digress so much that a full review of the forthcoming 74 (if, indeed it forth comes!) will grace your screens tomorrow.
The Babylonians' lifestyle was, suggested Habbie, worse then even the declining morality of Judah. It looked as if things were going to get worse rather than better.
What was God up to?
P.S. The Babylonians were not all bad. They kept meticulous astronomical records, could predict eclipses and the phases of the moon and were jolly good at sums. Sadly, despite trying, they failed to predict earthquakes and plagues.
But they were utterly dominant politically and militarily.