I managed to get all the covers done up to the Avonmouth truck film and they are all on the PMP shop. I may try and get Norwich and Kings Lynn done as well but with no printer taey won't be going out anywhere until Monday. I did pop into Halfords which make b&Q a paragon of service, what a miserable dump and load of numpties they employ, still can't all be super brilliant and cheerfull like me. I washed the shampooed the vehicles with some super technical new foaming spray stuff, the drive ended up like a skating rink. I'm about to load the Youtube clips for the latest releases, one big hit hopefully while I'm having dinner. I know that the UK have done well at the olympic lark and all power to their elbows etc but when well it ever end, I swear it's been on since March and all the regular stuff has been pushed aside, with countless weird and wonderful sports channels available why have it on BB1 and 2.
Early tomorrow we don our thermals and wellies and head up to enemy territory with the weather closing in on us which I hope happens here as we need the garden watered a bit. The forecast makes it hard to call but at present I's say we are filming Fife tomorrow , cloudy but dry then Saturday while Mandy minds the stand I'm thinking of Kilmarnock and port Glasgow but that might change as its sunshine and showers on the menu. Then on Sunday I'll cover the museum at Lathalmond. We'll have the complete stock of Scottish region DVDs with us on Saturday and Sunday we'll stick it out until boredom sets in unless a few non regulars make the trek. The PMP van is nice and shiny, hopefully the muck will come off all the easier. Hard to blog on the road with this hopeless Weebly outfit but I'll have a go, at our lovely digs at Loch Fitty once more, they don't do B&B these days other for old friends, and we are both old and friends with Pat and Norman. Photos to get us up to date from Norfolk yesterday