Tomorrow I'll be up very early and heading down to Oxford where with good road conditions permitting I'll be there for the morning rush hour. I may have to take the park & ride, I can't recall where there is parking but I know roughly where to head, normally Mandy is with me and we use the disabled spots outside the museum. The church heating took up a good bit of the morning plus we dropped the PMP van off for it's service so all checked out ready for Detling where our Bus Spot Ultra Maidstone will be launched and we'll have plenty of copies. I need to get the stock loaded back into the van now that the serving is complete.
The boiler at St Oswalds is taking a while to get parts for, we've a funeral tomorrow but Ged Coates of transport fame has loaned us an industrial blow heater to take the edge off for the service. The fuel company that delivered the wrong fuel is now getting twitchy as the likely cost of repairs is heading up towards a grand. We've just had a few minutes catching up with TV programmes, it's been hectic and tonight my ministry course is on at Chester, the end is in sight though. I'm busy reading for the penultimate and largest exercise to date from the course. I need to sit down with Mandy and review the accommodation in Reunion for our autumn trip this coming November which will also take in Madagascar. I'm still looking for a window in the filming schedule to get cracking on the British lorry scene, it will happen once those clouds so useful for buses unfold and the sun that suits truck locations appears along with the rest of spring which we are sadly lacking with the bitter cold and ice. What then can I ofer this evening, perhaps another dip into the archive with Oxford as I'll be these tomorrow.