I managed to get a lot of jobs done in the early morning coolness, actually everyone in our road was getting an early start as the self professed 'ground keeper' had started work at 6am with his pertrol powered strimmer, neighbours stared out of windows bewildered and half awake. I managed to get the covers out for the DVD orders, loaded several DVDs for digital download on the PMP shop. I also started scanning yet another cine film, this time rail and traction engines not really my thing. I'm musing about another series within the Tickety Boo range of HD copied material called Down Your Way, inspired by the old radio programme which visited an area and met some characters, we'd meet some varied transport interest. The first could well be in Kent. Would it be a interest perhaps those who have particular regional likes for all modes within that area.
I need to get the last of the Widnes port DVDs done this evening, hopefully before dinner, Petit Bleu de Marseilles is very nice pastis but doesn't help the concentration. We did have a good sit in the sun an I managed to polish off another chapter on the biography on Eamon De Valera ( 2nd volume). I must line up some more books, I hate to use Amazon but Waterstones holds little appeal with a mask. I hate wearing masks and if I get a hone appointment will seek an exemption as with the medicines I take a dry mouth is the norm, now it is parched and my lips stick together, whoever said good it will shut you up go to the back of the class! So a few shots from Widnes is all I can manage tonight. I need to get DVD covers designed and still two to edit plus putting them on our shops. This weeks objectives well we are in Hampshire Friday to Monday so usual suspects there come into mind.