All quiet on the western front. So give up now if you are busy.
Went for the paper at seven, came back checked the bus times online and went for the bus at 0905h. We were there at 0850h, come 0923h a bus came in the opposite direction, collared the driver and asked, quite politely, if they were having a problem as I'd been standing around for half a day and a half hour service hadn't materialised. Isn't half hour in winter it's one hour. Ok not his fault.
Having missed our connection to Sennen Cove and now wary with regards to my transport times we wandered back to the truck.
Reconnected to the internet went to Cornwall buses and noticed that from 29th September the scheduling was likely to change. We are now ten days short of two months from the start of their winter schedules and still no update.
I feel a Victor Meldrew moment coming on. I do, I do, I do!
The County Council will be employing several staff who blog what's so hard. Save the original web pages, open them stick in new times, save as winter, out of season, whatever. then come the 29th September just swap one for t'other. Why the 29th, bet hers a Sunday! As they say round here.
Went for a local walk, and found this.
Now the upside. Have re catalogued my complete image files, separate folders, folders within folders, dated, location, subject. Even backed up and reinstallled on external drive. Feel positively saintly.
Tomorrow, Sennen, I'm driving down, only eight miles so probably cheaper than the bus. Then St Keverne for a wet and stormy weekend. Then on to St Austell, No point in coming to Cornwall and not stopping in a place named after a saint. Ninety percent are!