Clear blue skies in Picardy yet afaik
There only seems to be enough strength in the signal to write in the mornings, tomorrow we head home and will get all the DVD orders in the post to go out on Wednesday. As it's a bank holiday in France tomorrow I'm going to try a bit of filming of trucks today with a trip up to the sugar beet processing factory and then carry on up to Boulogne where there is an estate of fish or sea good processing plants which gets a steady stream of traffic but a lot of people will be taking today off as a bridging day. The reason for the holiday is all souls day and the fold at home from St Oswald's are joining together in a short walk across the fields to the sister Church St Lawrence's in over priced. We had a superb dinner last night quail cooked by Miguel followed by cheek of beef the puddings were monumental home made roast banana ice cream and Boston chocolate cake which isn't the proper and but something lie that. Yesterday we had a drive around areas of the coast up to normandie border with triport being heaving and couldn't even park and everywhere else all closed up. The cliffs like Kent or Sussex looked lovely in the autumnal sunshine and of course the yellow leaves falling now looked spectacular. Mandy's white car was however covered in flies when we returned to it after admiring the cliffs, not sure why quite horrific. Well that's it for today, Mandy goes off to Ireland this coming week and I hope to get a lot more bus filming done dependent on the weather.
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