The weather outlook kept changing and with the North East looking to bright, Cambridge seemed a reasonable bet so we headed off early and had our first taste of the new road to Cambridge, a couple of huge junctions still to be built but a journey a great deal easier and it looked as if it was only just opened. Cambridge seems strange with barely any Whippet presence, A2B still call in at the bus station I think I saw three of theirs, Whippets are often just white so sometimes hard to identify. At St Ives I saw at least four of Dews buses in service and then we went to Huntingdon, cold, windy and not a lot happening, a mix of Whippets , Dews and mostly Stagecoach. Next time we'll cover St Neots. Next week we are tied up with dentists and hospital Monday and Tuesday, fingers crossed we can get out with the camera Wed to Friday but it doesn't look that good at present but changes come often this time of year. I was lucky in getting shots of the demonstrator with Stagecoach at St Ives, presumably being tested for viability on the end sections of the guided bus way.
We had all the election news as we drove down leaving home 5.30 this morning, what is done is done, a lot of people will come to regret their actions, it will cost everyone dear but with so many more important things going on this year we are concentrating on our own health and well being. At least our shares might go back up! Photos then from today's trip, I'll download the film and get it edited tomorrow.