Back at the ranch as they say editing continues unabated and I think I've sketched out the list to cover all the material I took on the sub continent. There should be 12 programmes in total, they are being listed on our shop pages as I get the covers done. I', burning the DVD covering our last day in Dhaka before the rocket paddle steamer cruise. On the home front made positive contact with Brian Hyde son of George Hyde the TA bandmaster with whom my father George Spencer served in the Sussex Yeomanry many years ago when the world was a better place.
Mandy is pretty well all packed for her trip to South Africa with Sue, they go on Wednesday so after tomorrow PMP will all be down to me, lots of orders coming through the net at the moment and its time to get the copy off for the magazines, don't the months come round quickly. The events of Scotland still dangle over me, seemingly a mix of Greek plane spotters and Kafka's Trial with a dose of police and Polish bus drivers thrown in for good measure.
I want to get a bit of gardening done next Sunday and make it look a bit more spring like, Mandy is busy leaving instructions all over the house. I heard from Mexico, the local agent seems to think that I'll be writing for permissions which is a neat twist as that is exactly what I'd expect them to do, my South American Spanish isn't going to be up to much, I'm sure it will all work out.
Tonights shots are from the visit to Chittagong where there are 15 deckers in service for BRTC, the manager had no idea whether they actually issued tickets and I suppose suddenly thought what happens to the money if we take fares, yet another alice through the looking glass world in Bangladesh. Also a taster for Dhaka clips on Youtube.