We had a walk out near Clonter opera at Swettenham, about 15 minutes away from home and also enjoyed a break in the clouds to enjoy a sit and a couple of drinks in the new garden chair for which we have just ordered a cover, the first bird strikes have hit, it comes off with a bit of scrubbing, better keep it off altogether and save me a job. A little bit of garden tidying, I haven't risked my back with any more tree felling this week. I'm looking forward to some better weather and at last resuming our normal lorry coverage albeit starting not too far from home at Jnct 19 on the M6 which is currently being rebuilt at a cost of many millions.
The DVD orders received over the weekend are all ready to go off in the post tomorrow morning, always room for more, remember you won't see clips or trailers for the golden oldie cine era archives on Youtube, they don't like that sort of thing but they are on the shop as soon as they are ready. For those who insist on using Amazon or Ebay I will update the EBay shop but really prefer you to use our own shop, we are a not for profit business sharing our hobby but why give big US corporations a slice of the money which would otherwise support our work. I've now managed two days without seeing or hearing a news bulletin and virtually no government propaganda, very nice that is too.
I'm still lining up more archive features some of which I've hinted at earlier in the pandemic. It takes an horrendous amount of time to do these old cine derived productions, I work at about 0.5 second on the timeline, virtually frame by frame. Its a shame there isn't a gismo to wipe out the hairs caught in the frame of the photographers cine camera, they didn't know it was there until they got it back from processing. Tonight I'll go off on a limb and search out another place of transport interest from my travels, lets go Latin with a Marxist twist, Cuba.