Then with thee hours under my belt the yomp down to Avonmouth docks near Bristol and again there seemed to be a lot more action than usual but perhaps not such a good mix of independent carriers with interesting paint jobs and golden oldies. It's also where they maintain the Avon fire vehicles so you can usually pick up a few of them as well as passing buses. Well what a great day I'd had, success and no hassle and time to carry on back up the M5 and fingers crossed I'd get past the West Midlands before the teatime crawl became too bad. Even my frugal little IQ uses fuel when doing these mileages in a day so had to fill up at Stafford service, it came to £37 which is the most money I've ever spent filling it. Home about 5.10pm which I thought was good going. Not a lot of orders today either post, phone or net so I won't be leaving Mandy in the lurch early tomorrow when i set off to Norfolk and hope I have luck with the buses and fingers crossed that the nasty sods in Norwich keep out of my way, can't forget how horrible they are anywhere near the bus station, even match old Barnsley.
Anyway I'm sure you'll be wanting to see soner shots so starting at Ross here we go