LIVERPOOL DOCKS SUITED THE WEATHER
I ended up at Liverpool docks filming trucks as it was a bright blue sky this morning and no sign at all of the promised light cloud which i needed to film the buses in Liverpool, so not a wasted day at all but a productive one for the truck fans. I go up to Manchester to the Russian consulate to get my fingerprints done for the visa on Friday morning, then in the afternoon my weekly ministry course feedback meeting with my vicar Jane. We'll also be looking at the application forms to get my lay ministry training beyond the current foundation course. That leaves Wed and Thursday and for that we set off to go and stay at Anglesey tomorrow and then back Thursday, we will pick off any film opportunities along the North Wales coast on either or both days as the weather presents itself. I did well today and got well over 2 hours film of the lorries which does balance up January's content a bit. I've got a chance to get something done on Monday. but I need to get myself ready for Tuesday when I fly out to Malaysia. Let's start with a tweet of the day from our garden birds and another colourful one we frequently see is the Bullfinch.
Without further ado lets get cracking on the trucks starting where I finished outside Cargills food and by the cafe on 'smelly' corner which has the delightful grotty dockland feel to it, a Liverpool special if ever there was one.
I think you'll agree this is a superb place for trucks, I'll take the ipad tomorrow and let you know how we get on and will be back Thursday evening.
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