We unloaded at the tip several other goodies the toaster that was the wrong colour and only toasted one side, the printer which had a sealed unti so you couldn't clean the ink heads and some other junk, with the Jazz full that still left the old PMP stand and the false floor assemble I had made for the van. These metal jobs were heading to Keith Roden who makes all sorts of warehouse trolleys and bins amongst a thousand other things like rearing sheep. It was good to catch up with friends and it was well after 5pm when we left, Mandy is busy preparing dinner, it doesn't really matter if we run late on a Saturday.
I'm keeping an eye on the weather for filming next week, plans for Mon,Tues,Wed and Friday - Thursday is the monthly Polio Fellowship meeting at Ellesmere Port, which reminds me I'm doing the talk next month before I leave on my Asian trip. One of our possible film locations could be a two day London visit, also a quickie to Telford to get the Shropshire bus film finished and then a couple of the possible truck spots which I eyed up last week when visiting Shrewsbury. It was funny to see the old PMP stand go today, we've had it for about 25 years and it has been up from Dublin to Belfast, Plymouth to Lathalmond and lots inbetween. We have the tents now which we won't need for our first two of the years events which will be nicely under cover at Detling and Brooklands. So with talk of London why not take a peek at things past in that region.