We have finally got all three of the week's lorry films edited and loaded on to our shop, still struggling to get the new releases on Amazon, they are as bad to deal with as EBay or our utilities companies. On the way home this afternoon they had closed one lane of the main Chester road, straight off of Junction 19 on the M6, the tail back was affecting the motorway as well, it went on for miles even after I turned left to Plumley. There was one workman with a shovel in the whole length, cutting some grass back from the gutter, talk about overkill, it just gets worse. We were considering attending the Crich tramway museum 50th tomorrow at Crich in Derbyshire, I'm no great fan of preserved things against those in service but siometimes you go with the flow so I looked at the web site, disabled access stated and as reviewed on trip advisoer seem different things, knoweing the layout well with Mandy now using a wheelchair it would be a nightmare. I looked at buying tickets online but there was no mention of disabled discouts etc, looked back at their site, mention eleswhere od discounts but so ambigous about age, disability rates etc goodness know hopw and what you would pay and surely a disabled person would be amongst the most useful to book online, anyway so frustrated and annoyed we aren't going, instead we'll resume our sweep through the Yorkshire area and take in Keighley and Wakefield with Huddersfield possibly in the middle, I'll take another look at what we have covered most recently and then pick those furthest back before we go. Hoping for yet another slice of Bakewell tart in Marks.
I think Scottish stuff is still rattling on our there but really I think I've given up the will to live and after the Cameroons and the other non- descripts from English politics went there so have the Scots, go now else you gotta stay all night , well thats what the song said, no coming back with a tail between their legs, wonder what the odds are at the bookies, I say 60% against. I've got all the Irish photo stock in boxes sorted into South, North and Independents all over, there are 5 boxes which means I guess around 5000 photos many of the latest views getting their first airing although most are available for purchase on the Smugmug site talking of which I've got lots of photo files ready to upload tonight. The shots from the A40 and Avonmouth came out really well. A taster below.