There was a really good mix of lorries hurtling past, in summer i think you could get a spot to catch them in both directs, a lot of the photos need tidying up and join thousands of others which are slowly going through the sausage machine that is my photo trimming software and what I do if I have a few moments when I don't want to start anything afresh and can easily turn it off. I was luck to catch one of the famous Mornflake Scanias, then an old Foden on the back of another truck and anything classic only I can't remember what it was. The one that got away was a loco heading to Crewe railway museum on the back of a low loader , it came from behind when I had moved location down to junction 16 of the motorway, another new spot, no hassles there at all despite lots of police and highways agency who in fact had a chat. I did have only my second ever bad experience with a commercial driver albeit a drain gulper not an artic, he followed me when I returned to my car to move locations blocked me in and was quite threatening. I would imagine its on contract to the council although typically pikey it just had a mobile number, up to no good I would think.
Ehen I got back the clouds began to gather, Mandy had gone off to her Polio meeting and I washed my car and the van then the window surrounds with the remainder of the soapy water. I then filled up the freshly emptied recycle bin by hacking back at more dead foliage in the borders and then topped up the bird feeders. I had watched the Sparrowhawk munch its way through yet another Goldfinch, its favourite and may I say plentiful food. Clips on Youtube for today's trucks. The first of the 16mm films on EBay has its first bid, sods law the shortest and cheapest.