Next weekend we have a concert at Clonter Opera and friend Sue is staying over. I've been trying to get more models in order on the shelves, now I'm on the third section and faced with some large numbers surplus to space available. My present idea is to give priority to buses for the remaining section and store the trucks and light commercials until I've got the other phase two line of about 13' done, there will be a large section of a motorway which will soak up lots of the models. I can store the trucks more easily than buses as they tend not to have so many delicate parts. So far I don't think I've created more than half a dozen spare rear view mirrors which need matching and repairing. I must see if I can get some Bostick and a small superglue gel.
The units look superb even without glazing, the first which is complete looks really the business and I look forward to showing it off. The DVD orders are really starting to gain momentum as the Christmas rush picks up and there are lots going to Mrs or Miss etc. We we were at St Oswalds for the 11am service with visiting priest for communion, he also administered at St Lawrences and arrived late but did well. The atmosphere at St Os is a bit like living in Vichy France, a sense of normality and peace but you know that something major has changed and its is daunting to consider poking your head above the parapet. Propoganda also plays its part with misinformation passed to the bell ringers even in jest by persons unnamed gaining credence as it reaches the pub circuit. Safe to say that St Oswalds is not being closed down any time in the near future and our view regarding the pew removal for disabled access is that it looks good and works well and wish we had removed the matching pews the other side when we were given the option when requesting the 'faculty'.
I managed to get the six outstanding DVD covers made, copied and printed and even filed away, I do need to get them on the shop though but here they are.