I decided that I should not let the grass grow under my feet on the company pension, quite onerous identity requirements saw us delving into the family document vaults for birth and marriage certs etc. The head office is near home so on our way to the shops I dropped it off at the pensions department. It was a great result that the pension exceeded my best estimate. We had to pick up ice cubes for the ice wrap cuff gadget which takes the heat out of the operated knee. Even after the hectic weekend it seems to have settled back down again.
We had a hospital appointment at Leighton, Crewe which took up a slice of the afternoon. I had to get the bulbs in the shed out to air as they were in danger of getting mildew or damp rot and many have already started to sprout. We were early at Crewe so called in a a nearby garden centre, dismayed to see santa wonderland in September! I've now edited and completed the first Irish DVDS from the weekend these being on buses and trucks and quickly added to our shop. This evenings photos from the weekend rally at Dublin Port. Tomorrow we should be calling at Bakewell to pick up shoes I ordered last week and then calling at Chesterfield to finish off our Derbyshire bus DVD. We also hope to exploit truck locations through High Peak area. Later in the week I want to return to Walsall to do trucks at junction with M6 and the over bridge nearby just south of M54 joining M6.