I copped four independents and a couple of N Express services then it was time to head out of the centre and find Peter's house thankfully made so much easier with one of my rare concessions to latest technology namely the Tom Tom albeit not updated since we purchased it many years ago but quite handy warning of Dick Turpin and turnpike roads as it does. Peter and I retired to a local pub which had great beer and such low prices it makes us weep here in Cheshire. We discussed many subjects and had a thoroughly pleasant lunch and even managed to get round to the business in hand, that is putting the PMP Film Archive cine into storage with OTA. Peter is custodian of the archive which moved from Surrey to Shropshire a few years back.
In mid April I'll meet up with Peter again and collect some of there deposited bus films and make these available for viewing and help the archives get more material stored digitally so there is less need to resort to the original media. Not too much to get ready be way of DVD orders tonight so I'll perhaps make a start on our next Bus Spot Ultra production, still no quotes from either builder re the conversion of the garage to a showroom for my model vehicle collection. On the way to Shropshire by a route I don't normally follow I spotted at least three potential lorry filming locations. Here are some shots from this morning.
Given the weather outlook it looks like Cardiff and Newport tomorrow.