We were up at four am and we arrived at Bournemouth around eight thirty and had already stopped for breakfast on the way down. Thankfully the rough sleepers and druggies were a less evident this time. although there were some pretty miserable older visitors grumbling their was found! Taking to a go ahead driver in Bournemouth he reckoned ever bus that could move was in service and certainly there were many open toppers around. After finishing at Bournemouth we headed on to Poole and came across the hands and Dorset heritage livery bus where I didn't on screen greeting message. While filming near the bus station one kind reversing helper came for a chat and gave me o promotional pen, later he came over again with an anniversary mug what a chance to be welcomed rather than aggravation and ful marks for go ahead and public relations. The weather held out until I'd finished, we stopped off at Lymington for afternoon tea and get some flowers for my sister Yvonne. This morning we had breakfast in Lyndhurst o the new forest at our favourite cafe. Graham has booked us in to a national trust property for the afternoon while Yvonne carries on with pre wedding arrangements. The weather has been camp today but hopefully will clear for the family wedding tomorrow. Not too many dvd orders are coming through and those will all be in the post Tuesday. We'll cover Southampton buses on Monday and perhaps some trucks near he port. A lot of road works are making journeys difficult in the east of he city.
PMP Sponsors the North West Vehicle Restoration Trust at Kirkby.