So who knows what I'll get up to tomorrow, so much to choose from. It's been a hectic day as we had a lot to get posted this morning plus I managed to get the fence panel in the back garden fixed plus tied up the roses at the back of the kitchen which had come down in the high winds last week. I need to do some signs for the Manchester photos but the Manchester Christmas Cracker even isn't until the weekend after this coming one. I managed to get the majority of 16mm films copied, there were some super reels and I will be putting the clips on Youtube and selling them on EBay along with hundreds of other items listed plus all our DVD selections although its only at Amazon or our own shop on this site that you'll find the full range. Sales seem pretty buoyant for Christmas although it seems that every man and his dog advertises DVDs in Buses mag in the December issue.
I need to book a hotel for Hong Kong in May before we set off on our tour of Chinese tram and trolley systems filling in some gaps in our coverage.The weather isn't too bad now the rain has stopped but I couldn't even contemplate mowing the front lawn which could do with a trim its too wet. The knee is still a bit up and down each day and I 'll be glad when its latest spurt of improvement has settled as the swelling reduces it feels uncomfortable unless I cycle or go for a brisk walk that usually sorts it. Christmas is looming around the corner, our diary dates seem very full until January. I'm looking forward to spring and summer next year free of the restraints of work other than PMP! I can't think what to give you tonight by way of photos so I thought I'd cheer myself up with memories of our stopover in Raratonga.