Of dahlias and afternoon teas
Our restfulCrestful family weekend continueshcontinues and thismorningtothis morning we managed ourdour latest rising this year at 9.30am. we were going to the French market at Hythe but it was cancelled but we had glorious views of the pier tramway and had morning brew at the harbour village which produced surly waitress of the year. In he afternoon we visited Gilbert's dahlia farm near broad lands. We are eating at seashells which looks immediately down on the pier tramway which featured in the 1950s film I scanned recently. The weather outlook for Monday at Portsmouth has taken a tumble so it is beginning to look like Bournemouth and Southampton wil be it for the film front but we have a reasonable crop of orders to tackle on our return . The weather today remained windy but much brighter. We have our long list of objectives this year, I think foreign travel is off the agenda which will be a first in over forty years. The new scanner should be with us in the next couple of weeks, yet another overhead we thought would not re-emerge but to get he job done it remains great value compared with the 100k pro job. Not sure what we are getting up to tomorrow but another late start seems a good prospect.
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