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We have now got to the stage that the holiday looms large. On Friday it was at this time in six weeks we will be.... Saturday was worse! I spent the day thinking in six weeks we will, hopefully be waking up in the hotel in Southampton and looking out the window at OUR cruise ship. Then it was breakfast, walk along to the ship and checking in. Finally it was we should be doing lifeboat drill about now. Even this morning when I woke, at home needless to say, I was thinking I wonder ...
What a saga! Filled Monty with water, put clothes and food in the lockers and got the heating working. Just about to move off the drive when a car pulls up opposite the driveway - can't get Monty off if I haven't got the width of the road. He's a big lad and its a small roadway. So went to neighbour and asked if he could get the new car moved - he ...
Nov. 23-30: Brighton was fun. There are lots of pedestrianized streets, squares and lanes lined with shops and cafés. It was almost December, so festive lighting was up. The seafront has miles of pathway and promenade. There's a good museum and art gallery, a fancy palace and a concert hall in the dome that used to stable the palace horses. It’s flat for easy walking in the city centre and along the seafront, ...
It was xxxxxx cold this morning.
The temp dropped dramatically overnight.
I will be seeing Chris on wed to get the heating sorted. I must have missed some switch or something. It must be down to me not being able to use the control panel - there are so many symbols that it is mindblowing.
Breakfast and a slow journey home.
Some beautiful pictures of the morning frost.
And Monty is now back at the storage, ready for next weekend and the New Forest.
... and desolate. I had dinner with an ex-partner, Jean,
and also got to see her son, daughter-in-law and grandchildren, which I hadn’t
done for over a year. And I was treated to lunch and a tour of the nice bits of
Hastings by VG Lee, which was good fun.
So, fingers crossed that I have no more mishaps or ...