The weather in Hampshire has been dry, still and mild straight through the christmas period. Ive just popped out fir some more milk and yiu hardy Clickhereneeded a coat. We are expecting about fourteen for the party this evening. It will soon be time to get cracking with the buffet. We've mopped up a few chocolate biscuits for lunch and the vast array of left overs from the delicious dinner yesterday have variously been discarded, salvaged for the buffet or transformed into bubble and squeak. We had a mega may I. Bed this morning and I think we bit our annual record for late dressing hardly making it before lunch time. I guess the towns and shopping centres will be crammed but I won't be going near them. Our dvd orders have started to flow through and hopefully we'll be back in time to make a good start on them and get everything away Friday morning but I'm still open to last minute film destinations should the weather be suitable. I think snow scene to escenes are going to be in short supply for the remainder of 2018. The present distribution took a fair while yesterday afternoon and the family party games took us right up until midnight. Food is still plentiful and the fridge is bulging with sausage rolls, minceoies and trifles. I was really pleased to hear from our friend Alan in Perth australia and that he has had s bew heart valve and is up and ready for more adventures. The state of emergency in ukraine has finished which puts us in a good position for our third all Ukraine team and trolleybus trip series this time centered in khsrkov. Lots of great destinations lined up including indonesua, hi g Kong, Brunei, taiwan and the Philippines plus perhaps Malta and a couple of trips to ireland north and south. Talking of Ireland Hil and Sean are struck down by flu at the moment. Mandy and myself both hope that you have had a super Christmas and that you will follow our adventures through the coming year. Remember all dvds are now uploaded as digital downloads as well as dvds offering a tremendous saving.
Ahhhh - Bubble & Squeak, yummy. David all the best to you and yours from Canada.
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