We had a relaxed day with my sister at Hythe plus a visit to bealieu and sat by the water then on to Lyndhurst for brunch. I only saw a couple of buses plus the Hythe pier tramway which we'll be overlooking at dinner tonight. There was thunder and lightning over the estuary and heavy rain for a while at Hythe where we had tried to have a sit on the prom such as it is while Yvonne was having treatments at beatyb salon in advance of the wedding tomorrow. As transmission in shiftable won't be able to get back until .later this evening. It will be great to have the majority of the family together tomorrow as Jake and Hayley .get spliced. Let's hope the weather is dry but not too hot. We'll try and get some filming done on the way back on Monday, home later that day. There may well be a chance of more filming later in the week after various hospital and doctors visits. There are still a lot of truck locations to tick off the to do list. I bought a railway modeller may when it rained, almost another language since I last looked at one with all the modern electronics.. I'm thinking ahead on my new models forage display shed for the side of the house which will give some more space in the office, especially if I can get all non PMP stuff relocated outside. Cost is the main restricting factor as strength of build and security come at a price. Then there is the cost of all the shelving and I want mostnof the displays to have lighting and scenic backdrops. I've still got a lot of bits and pieces from my old layout in the attic. I hope to get back to regular uploads of archive material from the only collection as the hit rate on the YouTube channel has filled a lot with the hot weather. Perhaps no post tomorrow with the wedding catch up on photos next week.
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