It's been well under control and hasn't really spoilt the trip at all. All the filming objectives were eventually received which as may be expected in Ireland was no thanks to the weather. The past two days have been spent with our friends in Co Tipperary and the county town remains one of the last towns not to have any bypass and the trucks still grind through the tiny main street. We sat out last night under a clearing sky and the day before full moon in almost daylight with a roaring fire, wine and good friends what more could we ask. Well fed and watered it's a lot less stressful getting back with the motorways in Ireland. I've noted several ordinary roads which have heavy concentrations of lorries for future reference particularly after the poor results up in Sligo, Co Cork and South Tipp are much better hunting grounds!
WE seem to have done very well on the order front, lots of the DVDs which I got pictures uploaded for have or will go at auction by tomorrow so a lot of parcels to get packed. I still need to add photos to the remainder and perhaps relist some of the golden oldies which are lingering too long in the shed. We received a thank you email during the trip for the film night we pit on which raised £500 for charity.Over the winter I'm going to prepare a transport film evening which could be used at various locations. I suppose I'd better sign off lots to do before bed so lets go back to Galway at the start of the trip.